Input textbox with canvas view... how???

by Wesley Sagittarius » Mon, 16 Jun 2008 14:34:28 GMT


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 hi all,

I want to have a UI in layout where canvas view can have Input textbox
at bottom...

anyone have any idea how to append textbox into canvas view???



Wesley.
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