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Offline GorkyPark

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« Posted 2004-01-14 19:27:44 »

How do I do Fullscreen with MIDP 1.0?

on my T610 it shows still upper network bar and battery status and below 2 buttons when I run my Jad....

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« Reply #1 - Posted 2004-01-14 21:15:09 »

It is either impossible, or there will be a manfacturer specific class for allowing access to the screens full complement of pixels.

For instance, on Nokia phones you have a FullCanvas class, which subclasses Canvas, but emiminates the area at the bottom reserved for softbutton icons.
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