How to detect whether the virtual keyboard is visible or not? SDK 1.5

by havexz » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 07:06:53 GMT


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I want to know is there a way one can check(programmatically) whether
currently virtual keyboard is visible or not?
I want to run some code when the keyboard is visible. Is there a even
that occurs when the keyboard is being visible and when it goes back
to hidden state?

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