I'm trying to handle the key-press event (OnKeyListener). I know that
I tried to set a custom KeyListner (not OnKeyListener) using:
1. public void setKeyListener -- but the methods onKeyDown/Up/Other
are never called
2. Declaratively using "inputMethod" attribute in XML but it results
What's the simplest and preferably, most direct and intuitive method,
to handle key-strokes from soft-key in EditText in my applicaiton...
any direction will be useful!
On Mar 29, 3:11 pm, Gaurav Vaish <gaurav.va...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to handle the key-press event (OnKeyListener). I know that
> doesn't workhttp://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/browse_thread/threa...
Thanks for your response however in this case, I won't be notified if
there's no text and "del" key is pressed.
I want notification about "Key"-Down/Up and not just text-part.
I did have a look at it but got scared to see that I need to declare
complete "Keyboard" (QWERTY etc) specification.
Otherwise, how do I use the KeyboardView? I could not get a mechanism
to get a reference to the default KeyboardView... :( I must be missing
out something critical