Android :: Way To Make Clickable Map Image?

Oct 18, 2010

I need to display a pretty image of a map of Europe, and I want my app to, e.g. bring up a different activity, when the user clicks each country - each country on the map needs to have a different onClickListener (or equivalent). Essentially, I need to be able to call a different function when the user taps on France rather than Spain in an image such as this:http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Blank_map_of_Europe_cropped.svg How would I best go about this on Android?

Android :: Way to make clickable map image?


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Android :: Set Clickable Areas Of Single Image?

Nov 2, 2010

I want to create a scrollable map and trigger different actions when the user touches a different areas. With iPhone, it was easy by putting buttons on top of the image. How do I do it in Android? I used a custom view to enable scrolling in both directions. Now how do I make different parts of the image trigger different events on click?

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Android :: How To Make Textview Clickable?

Mar 16, 2010

I really appreciate if anyone can help. i want to make textview clickable just like in Market application. I have set all focusable, clickable in XML but still not working.

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Android :: Way To Make Drawable Clickable?

Sep 19, 2010

I am using drawable and translateobject to create animation on camera overlay. how do i get clickable drawable object?

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Android :: Way To Make Images Clickable?

Aug 7, 2010

I am trying to make the images I have clickable so that when they are pressed it will send the user to another page or link. How do I go about this? Currently each row in the gridview has 2 buttons. How will it know which item in the gridview is clicked so that it performs a certain action, specific to the item that was clicked.

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Android :: Way To Make Links In A TextView Clickable?

Apr 29, 2010

Android is highlighting the links in the TextView, but they do not respond to clicks. Can someone tell me what I'm doing wrong? Do I have to set an onClickListener for the TextView in my activity for something as simple as this?

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Android :: How To Make Certain Words Clickable In A TextView?

Nov 19, 2010

I am building a twitter-like client. Assume I have a string: "$AAPL rocks!" I want to be able to click on "$AAPL" and do something. How can I go about making $ clickable in a TextView?

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Android :: How To Make A ViewGroup Clickable On Droid?

Jul 14, 2010

I have a ViewGroup (LinearLayout) which contains a couple of TextViews and one ImageView. I want to make this entire group clickable. However, clicks on the TextViews or ImageViews or on the area enclosed by the ViewGroup above doesn't result in the handler being called. Any suggestions on how I can make a whole ViewGroup clickable?

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Android :: Way To Make Buttons Un-clickable For Some Period?

Apr 20, 2010

I've got some Buttons that I want to make un-clickable (but still appear on the screen) until another process (thread) has finished its work ? How would you do this ?

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Android :: How To Make Usernames Clickable Like Facebook App?

Nov 22, 2010

The twitter and facebook apps allow you to click on a username which in turn takes you to a new activity. How can this be achieved? I know there is Linkify, but it seems like it can only send you to a browser/phonecall/ etc. How can I make text that are like "@mynamehere" clickable so that it starts a new activity?

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Android :: Way To Make A Widget Clickable To Launch An Intent?

May 23, 2010

I have developed a very simple widget that was meant to interact with the user via an ImageButton. What I am trying to do now is as follows. When a user taps the button (after adding the widget to their home screen), I want the phone to dial a certain telephone number.

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Android :: Droid Row Becomes Unclickable With Button / Make Both Clickable?

Feb 23, 2010

I have a listView, where each row has a button in the row layout. However, this seems to make the row itself unclickable. How can I make both the button and row clickable?

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Android :: Make Clickable URLs In EditText When Using ArrowKeyMovementMethod?

Sep 25, 2009

Is there a way to make URLs in a EditText clickable when the MovementMethod is set to ArrowKeyMovementMethod?

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Android :: Make Droid Multitouch Buttons To Be Clickable?

Jul 6, 2010

I need simple multitouch example . I have two button controls. How to make the both to be clickable(pressed) at the same time ?

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Android :: How To Make View Clickable When Mediaplayer Stops Playback?

Oct 12, 2010

I have Acvtivity that creates view and mediaplayer. I want to use OnCompletion event to make that view clickable. But it throws exception, I don't know why. Probably, mediaplayer runs in another thread and cannot access elements from main ui thread?

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Android :: ListView Items Not Clickable With HorizontalScrollView Inside / Make It?

Jun 6, 2010

I have quite a complicated ListView. Each item looks something like this...

In my activity, when an item is created (getView() is called) I add dynamic TextViews to the LinearLayout inside the HorizontalScrollView (besides filling the other, simpler stuff out). Amazingly, performance is pretty good.

My problem is that when I added the HorizontalScrollView, my list items became unclickable. They don't get the orange background when clicked and they don't fire the OnItemClickedListener I have set up (to do a simple Log.d call).

How can I make my list items clickable again?

Edit: setting android:descendantFocusability="blocksDescendants" on the topmost LinearLayout seems to work. I'd like to know if there are other ways, though: what if I want focusable items in my list items?

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How To Make Some Grid View Items Not Clickable

Sep 5, 2013

I have 20 items in an grid view.

If I click any item in an grid view,how should I make that item non clickable?

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Android :: How To Make A Button From An Image PNG?

Mar 9, 2009

I'd like to know how to make a button out of a PNG and display it on my canvas (using drawBitmap?). When I click on this button, it will take me to a new activity. All this will be in the onClickListener. So, how do I take a PNG, make a button with it, and draw it on my canvas? I looked at ImageButton, but I'm unsure how it works or how to draw it on the canvas.

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Android :: How To Make An Image In Perspective?

Aug 7, 2010

As the title says I wonder how I can make my images to perspective view. Here's an image showing how they manage to do this in photo shop: http://netlumination.com/blog/creating-perspective-and-a-mirror-image-in-photoshop. Is it possible to do something like this in android?

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Android :: Need To Make An Image Click Able?

Aug 9, 2010

I'm kind of new to this whole thing so I need some help. I have an application that creates an Image View On Create. I want to make this image click able and have it open a browser to a specific link. How would I do this? I'm having trouble specifically with the setOnClickListener because the parameters are not accepting an OnClickListener. I'm developing for Android 1.6

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Android :: How Can I Make Image Scrollable?

Apr 10, 2009

I have an image that takes up a lot more space than the android screen. I want the image to be presented full size and the user can move in any direction. Like a map.

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Android :: Make Some Part Of An Image Transparent?

Aug 28, 2009

I have a scenario at hand, for which I need a solution as soons as possible. Here is the problem statement: I need to show an image overlapped by some other image, 100%. The condition is that the picture in background should also be visible through the foreground picture but only through some part of the foreground picture. Please try to visualise how it should look like. There is a picture shown and in middle of it, there is a transparent area through which the background image is visible. I knew that I can make an image transparent and make the background image visible but here I want only some part of the foreground image to be transparent so that it looks like sort of picture frame applied to the background puicture. And for those who read the statement carefully would have understood that the ultimate thing desired is to have a picture frame applied to the picture. Can anyone please suggest a good way to do this.

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Android :: Make An Image At A URL Equal To ImageView's?

Jun 25, 2010

I'm wondering how would I make an image that is located at a specific URL equal to an ImageView's image?

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Android :: How Would I Make A Web Viewer With A Static Image?

Aug 8, 2010

I am interested in making an application that does various things, but I am having trouble getting a static image, such as an avatar off of a web page.

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Android :: Make Image Opaque / Transparent?

Nov 30, 2009

I would like to place an image over a surface view. However I would like the image to be transparent so you can see the image and also the underlying surface view. Can anyone suggest how I could do this?

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Android :: How To Make An Image Easier To Click?

Aug 12, 2010

I placed an image in each List View Item at the right side,In the layout xml,I set its width and length as 20dip ,kind of small,and I find it is hard to click at it cause the image only occupied 20*20 dip,I hope the length of it doesn't change,while its height full filling the parent,
I tried :android:layout_width="20dip"
android:layout_height="fill_parent"
but it doesn't work. Below is my xml:
<Relative Layout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:id="@+id/item"
android:layout_width="fill_parent"
android:layout_height="wrap_content"
android:orientation="horizontal"
android:padding="6dip"
android:background="#FFFFFF">
<Image View android:id="@+id/avatar"
android:layout_width="wrap_content"
android:layout_height="wrap_content"
android:layout_margin Right="6dip"
android:src="@drawable/default_happy_face"/>

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Android :: Make Map Pointer With User Image

Feb 9, 2010

My application when user accessing map i want to point his location with his image and his name it just like pointer container name and image how to make it.

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Android :: How To Make App To Store Image In SDCard?

Aug 30, 2010

I want to make application in which i want to use camera as after the image is captured, i want to store that image in SDCard and display that image in Screen too.

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Android :: Make Transparent Line Appear Over An Image?

Nov 19, 2010

I have an image of a map. I want to draw lines over that image.I have successfully displayed both the line and the image. But , the line is not transparently appearing over the image. The image is only displayed when i run the program. But,if i change the coordinates of the line so that it doesn't overlap with the image,the line is getting displayed.

Pls tell me what i should do to make the line transparent so that both the image and the line are getting displayed.

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Android :: OOM After Image View Make Phone Unresponsive

Sep 16, 2010

My app, among other things, downloads and displays images from the Internet. Some might be too large and trigge an OOM when ImageView.setImage() is called. Of course, this normally makes the application to crash. I've put catch (OutOfMemoryError e) around the method invocation. I know that catching errors is unusual, but in JSE applications it proved to work pretty good, especially when the problem was due to image manipulation that consumed all the memory. The Android app seemed to survive for a while, but then it blocked the computer. All buttons are irresponsive, even though the phone seems still alive (e.g. it's playing the audio notification that new email has been spotted). I tried holding the power button, it triggered the shut down menu, but touching a menu option didn't do anything. Only after a while, the phone became responsive again.

Now, it's reasonable that one can't display everything on a smartphone; I'm sure there's some inefficient memory management I'm doing (perhaps keeping too many images in memory); ok, I have to improve my code. Given that I'll do, how can I add some safety facility to avoid the most severe consequences? Making an irresponsive application it's a 100% sure way to make people to uninstall my app and give bad reviews. I'm thinking of a two-pronged safety approach: 1) whether it's possible to understand in advance whether an image is too large to be rendered by itself;
2) whether it's possible to recover from an OOM in any case.

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