I know how to display an image that is bigger than the screen. That's fairly simple and explained in details here, however, this method makes you able to scroll as far as you want, event if you have left the image and you just have black screen. I would like to know how we can make the scrolling stop when we reach the side of the picture...
I have an imageview which has a photo taken with the camera as its background and a frame as it's foreground (src). In that way the photo is positioned behind the frame so the photo get's a nice border.
The imageview is a square (265x265dip). Now the problem is that photos taken are rectangular and thuse they are squeezed into the imageview making them look akward.
So how can I crop the bitmap of the photo so it is fitted as a square so I can then put it as a background for the imageview?
I have a TextView and I'd like to add a black border along its top and bottom borders. I tried adding android:drawableTop and android:drawableBottom to the TextView, but that only caused the entire view to become black.
Is there a way to easily add a top and bottom border to a View (in particular, a TextView) in Android?
I use http://stackoverflow.com/questions/541966/android-how-do-i-do-a-lazy-load-of-images-in-listview/3068012#3068012 to load images in a ListView and a GridView. It works but the images are loaded form bpttom to top. How to fix that?
Bonus Question: Can I use a loading animation in a image view while the real image is loaded? Right now it's just a default image.
By Default in the Listview,focus will come on the list item.Instead of that, can I get only the border to the list item?I can achieve this by using a transparent image as a list selector.Is there any other simplest way to achieve this requirement?
We can view an image with What if we have some images? How can we put the extras to let the viewer know we have /sdcard/a.jpg, /sdcard/b.jpg, /sdcard/c.jpg ? I hope to do this in a time because starting an activity is very expensive. Code...
I have a scroll view with lots of image buttons. I want to change the image for an image button when it's pressed. The thing is that I want the image to remain until another image button is pressed. That's why I couldn't use a selector. What is the best practice to achieve his?
I have a vertical LinearLayout. I would like to layout 1 ImageView on top and 1 ImageView at the bottom of that LinearLayout. I tried putting 'android:gravity="top"' and 'android:gravity="bottom"' in each of the ImageView, but both ImageView appears at the top of the LinearLayout. Is there a way to fix it?
I know the bitmap is downloaded ok (use the same routine for supplying it my ImageView instances elsewhere in my app) - I think it wrote to file ok, I can see it on disk and the file size is correct. The intent is launched but an exception is thrown: then the new activity just sits there, blank. How does this work?
I have an ImageView in my android layout. And I would like to add a 'decorator' image at the lower right corner of my image view. Can you tell me how can I do it? I am thinking of doing with a FramLayout with 2 image views as its child, but how can i make one image the lower right corner of another?
Is it possible to have an image view overlap a listview? Basically I want to put a vertical line done the center of my list view to make a vertical dividier between the textviews in a listview row that are statically sized horizontally and dynamically sized vertically.
I would like to save a street view image of a local sandwich shop so that I can use it for the contact photo. Is there an easy way to do this or do I have to go through that longwinded process of taking a screenshot?
I've a border set around a drawable using LinearLayout (bg: rounded rectangle).
The drawable and the border is used as a tab view. I'd like to change the border color of the tab when it is selected.
How can I do this?
Color state list doesn't seem to work as the view being selected is not the shape (i.e border) but the tab. Drawable state list doesn't seem to work either as I'm trying to swivel between views, not drawables. Moreover, I can't find any "onSelectedListener" of the sort...
I have an ImageView which I want to always be the same size. If the image is smaller than the view, I'd like it to be centred in the view. If the Image is larger than the view then I'd like it scaled down - with aspect ratio preserved.I've had several attempts at this myself
How do I draw a view on top of image. There is a predefined android xml file and when I run the application I would like to bring up a dot or a square on the top of image. Here the image already shows up from pulling information from andrid res folder , how to draw an dot over it.
i am implementing puzzle game application in this application create one button in click the button display original image of the puzzle .original image display in dialog box then click ok return in to actual page how can implemented.