In my project I'm Multiple choice list....in this all text view in white color...i want to change text color. in program I'm use simple xml main.xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <RelativeLayoutxmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android" android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="fill_parent" android:background="#ffff00"> <List View android:id="@+id/android:list" android:layout_margin Top="2px" android:layout_marginLeft="2px" android:layout_marginRight="2px" android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_weight="1"android:background="@drawable/shape_1"android:listSelector="@drawable/shape_3" android:textColor="#ffff00" android:layout_marginBottom="44px" /> </RelativeLayout> I'm ListActivity class setContentView(R.layout.main); setListAdapter(new ArrayAdapter<String>(this,android.R.layout.simple_list_item_multiple_choice, GENRES)); listView =getListView();listView.setChoiceMode(ListView.CHOICE_MODE_MULTIPLE);
I populate ListView Using ArrayAdapter, constraint: each item Text in ListView represting some actions, and each action (Item text in ListView) represent its individual color. problem: i cant change the color of each item text in ListView, according to supplied color formula. using ListView thanks i am waiting ur reply?
I'm trying to create a game lobby for a project, and I'd like the game's status text to be a different color: red for an "[IN PROGRESS]" game and green for a game that's "[Waiting for x players]". The ListView will be populated with data, and each ListView item will have a game ID and then immediately to the right of that the game's status.
Right now I'm essentially using the Hello ListView code to create my ListView.
Then, I have a refresh button that obtains data from our database. It will get two Strings, one for the ID of the game, and the other for the status of the game. If the game status is 0, then it's still waiting for players. If the game status is 1, then the game has started. So, I create a gameItem to add to the gameList:
This is where I'm stuck. I don't really understand how I can alter the specific TextView when I create the gameItem or when I add that to the gameList. There isn't a way I can see of accessing the TextView's properties. I see how the text of the view is set (through the mapping of the strings to "line1" and "line2", but I don't know how to change any of the properties.
Can I modify android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1? For eg., I want to change the text color of the textview inside the listview dynamically. For this, I need to get to the textview and change its color.. How can I do that?
I would like to know the way to make a user interface for Android for people that have low vision. The idea is to make a UI with the following features: 1- Uses very very big buttons. 2 -Uses very big font size. 3- Te colors to use are basically black and white (for more contrast). 4- The icons in this UI are not relevant. 5- We must sacrifice the number of chars that we can show in the screen to get bigger labels and buttons. 6- A simple zoom system for the images should be a great idea. 7- We can use the camera of the phone to get a magnifying glass. I'm member of a blind people association in Spain and we think that this should be a great idea for begining a new low-vision-user- interface that is not aviable in the market for the new mobile phones. This will help many people that uses movile phones but have many difficulties to work with them.
I have a couple of list views, one uses TextViews laid out with xml, the other uses a custom class derived from View. The default halloween color scheme is pretty ugly. How can I change the background and selection colors for the list elements. Ideally, I'd like to be able to do this in code not xml, to handle the custom view.
I have 2 ways of displaying ListView data. I have a class for each type of row. I do not create the rows in an xml layout. (Each row is derived from View and does custom drawing). When I switch from 1 type of row to another how do I get the ListView to layout properly with the correct row heights, and refresh? Is View.forceLayout() on the right track?
I wanted to see if I could change the top/bottom wrap fading effect seen on most long scrolling components. In this case I would like to change the color from black to whatever color I desire on a ListView.
In my app i am facing a problem & not getting a desired solution from anywhere. in my preference screen there are 4 check boxes and 2 list views. i have changed the background color white by using the following code...
I would like to change the text color frequently which is drawn already. Actually, I have taken the app, AlphaBitmap from APIDemos. There, I draw some 10 lines. Now I would like to put the background as black, and the initial text color as white. After every 1 sec, each word in the line should be painted with yellow color.
I set a custom color for my Beautiful Widget (smaller home), and the date, temperature, etc., all appear as the custom color, but the clock numbers remain white. Any way to also make the clock numbers the same custom color as the rest of the text in the widget? Or is it stuck at white?
I am implementing something like the user interface from Microsoft Zune HD player. So, I would like to change the text color of my button when the button is being pressed as well as when it has been clicked.