In there, all the red parts contain tutorials on settings that don't actually work on my device, and for OCD sake, I don't want them appearing in my settings because of it. But simply cutting them out of that file will make the settings app crash whenever i open that menu
So question is: is there a way to hide these settings without impairing their functions?
standard four option menus displays 2 by 2. but i want to know that How to arrange 4 by 1. I just want to custom option menu like that. You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Android Developers" group. To post to this group, send email to email@example.com To unsubscribe from this group, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org For more options
I'm trying to add custom menu items in a WebView Context Menu. Unfortunately, my items are shown in the menu of the first web page I load , but then if I load a second page, a long press only shows the standard context menu items. Mine are gone. I've put a Toast inside the code and it is displayed as well on the first loaded page, but not on the second. I'm using the code below:..............
When I try to set the Alert using ArrayAdaptor to display a set of items, the list is displayed but the items' characters are invisible. If the item is selected, then the characters are visible. Scratching my head on why. Appreciate any advice.
Below is the code and the screenshot from the emulator.
I have a context menu that starts to do some calculations when you press one of the context menu items.While the calculations are made I have a progressbar that I want to show. The progressbar is called from the calculations() method. The problem is that I can only see the context menu while the calculations are being made and the phone is more or less frozen.
I am trying to build inflate a context menu within the sample Grid View provided on the Android dev site. Eclipse tells me that the referenced items cannot be resolved, if someone could help find where I coded s.th. wrong, that would be great because I am stuck at the moment. Thanks. I posted my entire code below. I get the error message at: if (item.get Item Id() R.id.menu_face book) and the other R.id.
There are a few items on my menu that I don't want there. I know I can uninstall the ones I have downloaded and installed but how do I remove some of the others that are do not have the option to uninstall. I don't really want to uninstall them I just want them moved from the menu. Items such as the Desk Clock, Talk, Teeter and others.
I alredy made 3 Tabs, one with a list. I now want a menu to appear and stay when I switch to this tab. the same for example on iphone in the iPod, you always see the menu with title, interpret, lists etc. I can't figure it out.
I want to customize option menu items. I can change icon when selecting using a selector but how can i change the text color during selection. If it was TextView i could use again selector for textColor property but for menu items there is only resource for textValue not for textColor. So my question is how can i change the textColor of MenuItems on selection.
I have a problem with showing icons for menu items. The items which appear when I click on menu button are having icons but When I click on "More" option in Menu, The newly shown menu items are not having any icons even though I have set the icons for these items in my xml.
I would like to know how to dynamically change the my option menu items status from disable to enabled.at first all my menu items are set to disabled and when click the menu key , they are shown as gray and disabled.when my other task finished, i want to enable all the menu items, change them from gray to dark color from the screen.do you know how can i implement this?
I have created an option menu which also has a sub menu. In the sub menu I have a setting for enabling/disabling images in my application based on the application level flag that i change based on the option being clicked.What I am observing is that when i click on the "Menu" and change the settings from enable Images to disable Images. its not reflecting.I have put the debug log and what have been seen is the onOptionCreateMenu method is getting called only one time- first time when i click the "Menu" button. That is the reason the changed sub menu is not getting reflected.My question is that is there a way i can re-create the option menu every time user presses the "Menu Button".
I would like to arrange the menu items in my app so that one item appears in its own line, and the other 3 items appear below it.I know that this is possible because i have seen apps do it.I tried writing a menu xml with linear layouts to arrange the items, but this doesn't work.I have also tried putting them in different groups,but I had no luck with that either.I know that this is possible:i have seen it done.Anyone have any ideas?
I want to hide my application icon from main menu at the run time. I believe that a filter with category Launcher in the application's manifest file is responsible for the application's presence in the main menu. Is there any way to change the category at run time? or any other way to hide the icon from main menu?
How to add menu items in separate rows?When I press menu button onPrepareOptionsMenu callback will be get called. In that I am doing menu.add.All the items are coming in one row.I want few items in one row and other items in another row.How to do that? Please help me.
Is it possible to add custom menu items in the native Contact list ?
I mean when the user selects a user from his contact list, is it possible to add a custom action there ? ( for those who are familiar with Blackberry development, something similar to the MenuItem class )
i have a rooted and unrooted symphony w68( Android 4.2.2). Now all i want is to install a call recorder on both phones and hide the app from appsdrawer and uninstalitation menu and make it accessible by only advanced users.
I just demo'd the Droid X in store today. One thing that annoyed me was having to double tap on things like menu items, when I wasn't used to having to double tap those before. Here is what I'm talking about (take a look as he double taps the "More" icon at 3:34 in the video):
I have a context menu that I apply for a ListView that simply allows the user to move items up or down, or delete the item.
I have code in onContextItemSelected() to prevent things from moving up past top or bottom of the list, etc., but I'd rather hide the context menu items in the first place if (for instance) the top item in the list is selected.
I assume that I need to do this in onCreateContextMenu, but I'm not sure how.
Here is my onCreateContextMenu code:.....................