I would like to have a shape that has border only on 3 sides: top, left and right, i.e. I want bottom to be open. How can I achieve that defining shape in XML? Currently I have a normal 4 side border using the following shape XML definition:
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 want to have a elmenent with a 2 color border outline. I can do a single color outline using the element, but this only allows me to draw a single line. I tried using 2 elements within my but that didnt work either. Is there a way to either draw a shape within a shape or draw 2 lines around my shape (which has rounded corners btw).
I want to create our own BorderLayout like this <BorderLayout> <left> </left><right>/right> <top> </top><bottom> </bottom> </BorderLayout> i know there is no layout in android like this , so I want to create like this. I have seen a borderLayout http://www.anddev. org/viewtopic.php?p=5087 here .but if we want to create a BorderLayout inside the Border Layout,with this example comlexity is more.(inner BorderLayout).so if u have any solutions tell me.
I'm trying to draw some text onto an MapView on Android. The drawing of the text goes fine, but it's very hard to read the text because it's white with no black border (like the rest of the text that appears naturally on MapViews to denote cities, states, and countries). I can't seem to figure how to draw the text with a black border. This is the sort of code I'm using right now (this is just example code, found in one of my overlays):
I have followed the example in for the gradient dividers: http://www.connorgarvey.com/blog/?p=34. I have tried to draw a horizontal line at the BOTTOM of my linear layout. Here is my linear layout file:
<LinearLayout android:id="@+id/test" android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content> <ImageView android:id="@+id/icon1" android:layout_width="32dip" android:layout_height="32dip" And I did add <View android:background="@drawable/black_white_gradient" android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="1dp" android:layout_above="@id/test"
But i don't see any line at the top of the LinearLayout. And when I go to Hierarchy View and see he View (for the hort separator), the getWidth() is 0 while getHeight() is 1. Can you please tell me what am I missing?
I changed the background color of Tab WIdget in Android. But when I changed the background, I lost the border of each Tab. I want to change the border color of Tab Widget. How can I change it? Is there any other way by which I can show the border?
To demonstrate what I mean I have included a link to a page that contains a basic game written in CSS
Is there any way that you are aware of to disable the click green border?
When using border-radius on my android emulator I am seeing ugliness like this:
Is there anyway to get Android to display rounded corners via -webkit-border-radius in a more pleasing way? Most modern desktop browsers and Mobile Safari seem to antialias their corners, but not Android's renderer.
I'm really hoping I don't have to do this with images, and there is some awesome trick to get pretty corners with only a border radius css declaration.
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 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 customised the spinner items background into black color.But border around spinner and the separartor between each spinner item is in white color. I want to change separator color and border to dark gray color.
How can i change these color? Is spinner uses list view or some other as parent to populate items in spinner? If so can i change the separator background of parent view?
Anyone know where I can find this? I had it on my phone awhile ago but had to wipe and could not find it again in the market. IMO it was a tad bit better then Swype. Both great keyboards, I just liked that one better. If anyone could provide any info that would be great. Thank you.
Where is there information about the syntax of <shape> xml files. These can be used to define 2D graphics as I understand it. There are few spotty examples in the samples directory but that is all I have found.
I have a button on my app that I want to change the color of during different states of my application. However when I call btn.setBackgroundColor(Color.GREEN); the shape of the button changes. The rounded edges go away and I get a flat looking rectangle that is green. Is there a reason the shape is changing? Is there a a way to change the button color without the shape changing?