is it possible to set dynamically(from code) width and height of gridview, if so what r methods. I want to keep my gridview changeable at run time in width and height. ( if this is not available; Is there any other solution?
I have a horizontal LinearLayout and in it I have EditText and Spinner elements. Which attributes I need to adjust so I would get proportional widths: I want EditText to take 3/5 and Spinner - 2/5 of all available width?
My code looks like this:
I tried setting android:layout_weight, but somehow it does not look "stable" enough for me - when EditText has no text - everything looks fine, but as soon as I start entering text into it - it starts expanding and Spinner shrinking accordingly...
I want the second ImageView to have the very same size of the first ImageView so that it resizes the pictures I set in the second view (header_avatar) to the same of the first view (@drawable/icon). Is this possible or do I have to do it programmatically? Cannot I reference the first view's width and length on the second view?
What happens to the width and height params declared in LayoutParams on configuration change? E.g. if I have an ImageView declared with, new LinearLayout.LayoutParams(30, 40); On Configuration Change, does the width become 40 and height 30?
Can you please tell me how can i set the width and height of an ImageView programmically in java code (not layout xml file)? I tried setMinimumWidth/setMinimumHeight, but that does not work. I have looked at the view in HierarchyView, it still said the width to be 80 and height to be 100. And that is not the value I set.
I am working on layout in android XML in which I would like to set a buttons height to match it's width when setup to fill parent. Obviously this number will change based on screen size, so I cannot use a set pixel size. Can someone help me with getting the button width based on screen size and then passing that to the height setting?
I have a problem creating a custom view for an Android application. My custom view wants to use if permitted the maximum screen width. I couldn't find any way to retrieve this value. Can anybody point me to the right method?
One of our views has a ScrollView as its root layout. When the device is rotated and onConfigurationChanged() is called, we'd like to be able to get the ScrollView's new width/height. Our code looks like this...
I have a task to parse thumbnail images and to set it on grid view,where url image content to be in different height and width(some images to be 60*60, or 110*80),how can i set images in grid have uniform height and width.
Dynamically i am creating the linear layout and adding the views to linear layout every 5 sec i need to update data to linear layout from db when i check logger output it is adding to linear layout but gui it is not updating for every 5 sec updation i am using scheduleatfixed timer task.
I want to get the width and height of my device to know what type device it is ie QVGA, HVGA ,WVGA.. Also i need to adjust some layouts according to width and height of the screen.
I tried following methods but its not working.
All these methods return wrong width and height for the 240x320 devices namely Samsung Europa and Alcatel which i have. Width = 320 Height = 240.. This is wierd as some of the critical functionality is getting hampered .. I think this is really a basic thing which shd be correctly provided. Please help me with this issue .
Every time that I want to do a Layout, I'm getting a black layout preview then I can drop stuff on it, that's ok, but how can I change the size of that blank surface (xml). The question came because I set a folder layout-large and then when I add a new layout.xml to that folder it came with the same size, as a layout-normal.
I am writing an android application that has 3 views one below the other. Each view has to be of equal height, depending on the screen size. Each view occupies the full width of the screen. How do you specify in the layout xml that the view has to take up 1/3rd height of the device display height? What would be the appropriate layout to use in this case?