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Clickable, focusable, selectable

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Clickable, focusable, selectable

Postby tompalmeras » Tue Jun 09, 2009 9:54 am

Hi,

First of all, I just want to say this forum is very usefull and helpfull.

I'm developping a small application and I am facing some problems of understanding about "clickable, focusable and selectable".

I read some topics on them but it doesn't want to get in my head... :roll:

Is there anybody to explain me the differences between each terms (maybe with some small exmples).

Thanks a lot
Tom
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