Android :: How Do I Move And Image View While Program Is Running?
Sep 15, 2010
So I have an ImageView sitting on a FrameLayout.I want to move this image view when user taps on it and drags it somewhere.This does not work however.The imageView does not move. Do I need to refresh the view somehow after I set new layout parameters?
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.
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 a Task Manager program and when I open it up to see what's running and what Apps I want to kill I see these listed:
Alarm & Timer (Never used) Amazon MP3 (Never used) AppBrain City ID Contacts Dialer Digital Clock Widget Dolphin Browser Ebay (icon on desktop but rarely used) Facebook Gmail Live Scores (Installed but not used) Mail Market MediaShare (Never set up any devices) Messenger Music (I'm guessing this is because I have custom ringtones?) News (No news widget installed) News and Weather (No news and weather widget installed) Quickoffice (Installed but never used) settings Skype Mobile (Never Used) Social Networking (Never Used) Text Messaging (Don't Text AT ALL) The Weather Channel Voice Commands (Never Used)
Why do so many of these things start themselves back up and is there a way to stop it?
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?
I have a question. I've done in XML ImageView. Unfortunately, the "holds" on the left side of the screen on the phone. I wish this picture could shift to the right place. I would like to point to the X and Y position of the image shifted to the indicated place. How do I do this?
I would like to switch to certain views in a ViewFlipper. Currently, I have 6 children inside the ViewFlipper. And I am having some buttons for navigation. It is very much similar to "News and weather" application.
Depending upon the user i may need to move it to right ,left,top or bottom. Should i use animation for the purpose? Or is there any method to move image dynamically? I meant the things in android application
I'm trying to create the simplest 2D drawing program possible to isolate what exactly I can't figure out about drawing. This program should literally just draw a 20x20 rectangle. Here's what I have: Code...
I have a very simple requirement. I have a View object, lets say an ImageView object. I want to move this ImageView object in a circle.
More specifically, I want to move it along an arc, which is not a complete circle. I found in Android Documentation that comes with SDK that we can create a path from an arc but it does not mention how to use this path to make an animation that goes along that path.
Please note that I dont want to rotate the image. I have to move it in a circular path.
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 have a big project about Android. So you know noobs can't use ADB and Fastboot well. I'll make a custom file extension. That is an script. That will be a custom script. So how can I make my own scripting language ? And how can I export a file format from scripting language ? For example; Perl' s file format is .pl and Shell' s is .sh and so on...
Imagine I made an scripting language. But how can I make a program for running that ?
Go on, my idea is; user will install executer program. And he/she can run special scripts with that. So rooting, bootloader unlocking will be pretty easy with that. What do you think ?
My scripting language's scripts will be like this:
I have a galaxy note i717 and it was unplugged while an automated unrooting program (kingo android root) was running. Now the phone is stuck at the "Firmware upgrade encountered an issue" screen, and Kies won't connect to the phone.
Is there anything I can do to get the phone working again?
I've read several example programs and tutorials to try and solve my problem but they all seem to go the same way.I've used a couple Activities and xml documents to create a menu that loads when my game starts. When the user clicks the "Start The Game" button, it loads a new Activity that sets the view with my game thread and all of the game properties.I know this activity works because I've run it alone as its own project, but every way I've tried to start it after the Menu, I get a nullPointerException and it force closes.I read the SurfaceViewOverlay tutorial and attempted to use that implementation, but I'm using a SurfaceView, not a GLSurfaceView. I'm debating rewriting my entire program to use OpenGL but I figured I would see if anyone else knows what I'm doing wrong here.If you need the code snippets I can paste some here, but it's not really the specific code that's wrong, I think it's the way I'm using(abusing) the language.
I am about to embark on the ROOTING journey for my new Droid-X, and wanted to know if there was a way to backup the phone so that I could get it back EXACTLY to where it is before the rooting. If not, is there a way to get it 100% back to factory default settings? I haven't really customized it yet, so if I break it during rooting or BRICK it, I know there are UNBRICKING steps posted already, but I want to make sure I don't end up with a FUBAR phone during this process, or afterwards.
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
I AM WRITING FROM TURKEY, I HOPE I CAN FIND ANSWERS FOR MY QUESTION. I OWN A HTC HERO AND VERY MUCH LIKE IT, BUT I CAN NOT OPEN E-MAIL MEDIA FILES, OR POWER POINT PRESENTATIONS. WHENEVER I RECEIVE AN E-MAIL WITH MEDIA FILES OR PPS I AM DOWNLOADING IT SOMEWHERE I DO NOT KNOW BUT COULD NOT OPEN IT. DO I NEED A PROGRAM FOR IT?