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Google Android : my own Layout/Focus Manager

Pho Tek
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Joined: Nov 05, 2000
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This is not a specific question on Google android.
I'm basically creating my own view components (e.g. buttons, icons, text etc..) in Google android and find myself having to define how to layout
these view components on a grid.

The problem I am facing now is how to design the cursor movement.
How does one move focus from one component to another when the layout is
user defined ?

One thought is to assign tab priorities. However I immediately stumble into
the problem when the user is navigating using the arrow keys. Any thoughts ? Suggestions ?

Thanks all

Pho
 
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