Android :: Emulate The Simple Listview's Rows

Feb 8, 2009

I made my simple, custom rows and listviews. Right now, only clicking on the text of the row is valid selection area. I want the entire row, even the no-text area to be selectable. Where do I modify? Am I looking for focusing or selecting?...................

Android :: emulate the simple listview's rows


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Android :: Listview With Different Xml For Rows

Sep 13, 2010

i want to implement listview with uses different xml layouts for rows depending on underlying item. A non optimal solution will be int getView method just to inflate every time a new view depending on the item from the adapter. Is there a better way to do this?

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Android :: ListView With 2 Different Rows?

Mar 24, 2010

is it possible to let my ListView show 2 different rows? On the picture you can see at the top something like a "teaser", the other rows are normal ListView. The screenshot is from the iPod. With their framework it is possible to show 2 different row styles. I badly need this on Android... Otherwise I would use a tabel design. But adding rows dynamically would be such an overhead instead of using ListView SimpleAdapter addItem...

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Android :: Listview With Different Rows (layouts)

Aug 13, 2009

I want to make a listview that has different rows (layouts). I will load the data from a webservice and it can be 2 or more layouts i have to generate then. I am creating a social network app and want to show a stream of the users activity. So when he made a comment, make a new friend, this all has to come in the same list.. I load 1 XML file with multiple different child objects (comment, friend) so i can see which layout i have to use........

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Android :: Animate Rows Within ListView

Sep 29, 2010

I saw the Android app "Mobisle Notes Free" implement a really cool ListView, where a row gets moved to the bottom if its checkbox is checked. It's not just a simple refresh, but an actual animation where you see the row travel to the bottom. Does anyone know how to implement this?

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Android :: Adding Different Images To Rows In ListView

Jun 24, 2010

i am quite new to android and i was wondering how i could go about adding a listview with different images and text. What i am trying to achieve is a listview with four rows which have a different Icon? I don't know how to set that up using the xml layout provided. should i build this using different multiple linear layout or is there a better way to go about it?.. All the examples i have seen all seem to be using one particular Icon and no much detail of the xml layout.

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Android :: Change Size Of ListView Rows

Sep 22, 2010

I have 2 ways of displaying ListView data. I have a class for each type of row. I do not create the rows in an xml layout. (Each row is derived from View and does custom drawing). When I switch from 1 type of row to another how do I get the ListView to layout properly with the correct row heights, and refresh? Is View.forceLayout() on the right track?

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Android : Have 10 Rows In Listview - Want To Provide Different Colors In Each

Aug 10, 2010

I have 10 rows in my listview, and i want to provide different colors in each row.

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Android :: Filter Rows From Cursor - Don't Show Up In ListView

Jun 12, 2010

I have a Cursor that returns rows I use with a SimpleCursorAdapter to populate a ListView. I would like to filter some of the rows so they don't get displayed in my ListView. I use the data from the rows elsewhere in my Activity so I don't want to change my SQL to filter them with a WHERE clause. What is the best way to keep a row from being displaying in my ListView? Ideally I would check a column in my row and then only add rows to the ListView that satisfy a condition.

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Android :: Create Column Like Layout For ListView Rows?

Aug 27, 2010

I have a relative layout which looks like this:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:layout_width="fill_parent"
android:layout_height="fill_parent"
>
<TextView
android:id="@+id/nameText"
android:layout_width="wrap_content"......................

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Android :: Wrong Image Show Up In ListView Rows

Oct 8, 2010

I use this code in my getView:

@Override
public View getView(int position, View convertView, ViewGroup parent) {
View v = convertView;
if (v == null) {

LayoutInflater vi = (LayoutInflater)getSystemService
(Context.LAYOUT_INFLATER_SERVICE);
v = vi.inflate(R.layout.listrow, null);
}
Order o = items.get(position);

if (o != null) {
TextView tt = (TextView) v.findViewById(R.id.toptext);
ImageView thumb = (ImageView) v.findViewById(R.id.icon);

if(o.getOrderDrawable()!=null){
thumb.setImageDrawable(o.getOrderDrawable());
}
else{
tt.setText(o.getOrderTitle());
}

}
return v;}

The problem is when scrolling; sometimes the correct image shows, but sometimes when scrolling back/forward, the images shows randomly and that is not associated with the row. The images are downloaded from the web.

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Android :: Set Maximum Number Of Visible Rows For Listview

Nov 3, 2010

Is there a way for setting a number of maximum visible rows for a listview?

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Android :: Losing Ability To Click On Rows In The ListView

Aug 30, 2010

So, basically I have a custom View that contains a ListView with a custom Adapter that has the ability to read in information from the network (dumbed down HTML) and display it on a row by row basis. All of this works, but I need the text that is read in to be parsed as HTML which contains links that can be tapped on and launched in browser. I managed to do this by:

text.setText(Html.fromHtml(textBuffer), TextView.BufferType.SPANNABLE);
text.setMovementMethod(LinkMovementMethod.getInstance());

Works great, any <a href=""></a> links in the text are displayed as links and can be tapped. This is a side effect of now making it so the rest of the rows in the ListView cannot be tapped (or tapped and held). Basically, all the rows are non-selectable now. Is there any way to achieve both of what I need?

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Android :: Align All Rows Texts In A Listview Vertically

Nov 9, 2010

The row of my listview has 3 texts. What I want to do is to align all the rows texts vertically. I tried that using the TableLayout view for the row, and I've set the width for the first and third cell's as a constant. I'm not very happy using constants because of the porting issues. Is it possible to align these texts without in another way? Here is the layout...

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Android :: ListView - Style Of Rows With An Own Background And Selector

Apr 23, 2010

How to do a listview which looks like this? I'm interesting in the style of rows with an own background and the selector working fine.

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Android : How To Append Additional Rows In ListView Dynamically?

Dec 16, 2009

Is there a working example out there that demonstrates how to append additional rows in ListView dynamically?

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Repeated Rows In ListView?

Mar 29, 2012

I am having a problem with rows being repeated in a list view. I posted it on StackOverflow

android - Rows being repeated in ListView - Stack Overflow

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Android :: Accessing Rows In ListView - Change Text / Styling

Sep 27, 2010

I'm having trouble changing the data held within a TextView inside of a listView. I can access the data and send a toast of the text, but the list isn't updated when I change it.

public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
setListAdapter(new ArrayAdapter<String>(this, android.R.layout.simple_list_item_1, presidents));
ListView lv = getListView();
lv.setTextFilterEnabled(true);
ListAdapter list_adapter = lv.getAdapter();
TextView var_x = (TextView) list_adapter.getView(0,null,null);
ListView list = getListView();
int count = list.getChildCount();
Toast.makeText(getApplicationContext(),(var_x).getText(),Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
var_x.setText("not a president");}

How can I change the text/styling of a row once I've already created it?

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Android :: Listview / Arrayadapter With Rows Containing Multiple Text Views?

May 27, 2009

I want to create a listview with rows that have an image and two textviews. This must be a very common activity but I can't find a class/or source code that does this.

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Android :: Strange ListView Scrolling - Rows Turn Light Green

Aug 16, 2010

I have a ListView in my app that has a background image. All of the rows are a semi transparent white (#35FFFFFF). Whenever I scroll the list, the rows turn a light green that obscures the background image until I stop scrolling (usually--sort of unpredictable). Sometimes it flickers between the background image/color and the green. And yes, I have set the cache color hint to #00000000. Any advice about this would be appreciated.

ListView xml:

<ListView xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:id="@android:id/list"
android:layout_width="fill_parent"
android:layout_height="fill_parent"
android:padding="7px"
android:cacheColorHint="#00000000"..............

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Android :: Color Code Individual Rows In ListView As Done In MESSAGING Application?

Feb 28, 2010

How can I color code individual rows in a ListView exactly like it is done in the native MESSAGING app? I do NOT want to simply do alternating rows, but I want to copy the format used in the MESSAGING app, where message rows have a different background color based on the username of the message. FYI: I am currently extending SimpleAdapter and overriding getView(int position, View convertView, ViewGroup parent) . In this method I am trying to calculate setting the background color based on the position as compared to a list of 'positions to highlight' that I am maintaining each time I update the list, but so far this is only working the first time the list is updated. In class that overrides SimpleAdapter:

@Override
public View getView(int position, View convertView, ViewGroup parent) {
View view = super.getView(position, convertView, parent);
if(highlightPositions.contains(new Integer(position))){
view.setBackgroundColor(highlightColor);
}
else{
view.setBackgroundColor(normalColor);
}
return view;}

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Android :: Android - Continue Scrolling In ListView With Clickable Items In Rows

Nov 19, 2010

I've been trawling the internet looking for an answer for several hours, but I can't seem to find anyone who has been able to solve this. I've got a listview which uses enter code herea custom adapter. A row looks like this. The list is filled by an array. Everything works great. Now, I want the ImageView and the ToggleButton to react to clicks, so I implement the OnClickListener in my adapter, put the items position in each view's tag, and then I set their onclicklistener to this. Works great, except now I can't use the onListItemClick for starting an activity for the item! OK, I say, I just make the relativelayout holding the text in the middle there use the same onclicklistener. Works great. Everything is clickable, and life is good.

EXCEPT! Now, when I scroll the list, I cannot "continue" the scroll by just flinging again. This causes the scrolling to stop, and I have to fling once more to get it going again. It seems the onclick-thingy causes the fling-motion to be interpreted as a tap or something (it does not trigger the logic within onClick).
I know that this is possible by just going to the phone list on my HTC Hero, which has exactly the kind of layout and behaviour I want from my app. This app even seems to have the onItemClickListener working. So how can I make sure the list keeps scrolling, and still be able to click the togglebutton, listitem and the imageview? I've been stuck on this all day, and it's giving me a headache

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Android : Simple ListView App Is Leaking Memory

Nov 18, 2010

I created a simple app with a ListView following the ListActivity examples I found on the net.

The app has 2 activities with the first having a button to create the second. When i hit the close button on the second activity I would like it to release its memory (or at least allow it to be garbage collected).

Currently it will never release.

I must be doing something wrong here because the MyListActivity never gets released. Can anyone tell me if I am doing something wrong with the way my activities are created/destroyed? or if my usage of the ListView is wrong?

My App as a zip - http://www.mediafire.com/?l26o5hz2bmbwk6j

Screen Shot of Eclipse MAT showing the list activity never releasing memory - www.mediafire.com/?qr6ga0k

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Android :: Using Android - Select Rows From ListView Which Contains Button Controls

Sep 24, 2010

I have the following, very simple test program for using a ListView. I create a ListView and set it as the content view. I set a ListAdapter which supplies the rows. There are 30 rows, and each row consists of a LinearLayout ViewGroup. Into that ViewGroup, I place a TextView and a Button. When I run the program, I find that I cannot select rows of the list. I can, however, scroll the list and click the button. If I remove the button from the LinearLayout (so that it contains only the TextView), then I am able to select rows of the list. I would like to be able to have buttons on my individual row views, and still be able to select rows of the list. On another forum, someone said that this was possible, but I am at a loss as to how to accomplish it.,.........................

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Android :: Android - What Busy Marker For Individual Rows In ListView

Dec 27, 2009

I have android application with ListView, where each row has own "refresh" button. Refreshing content is based on asynchronous http call, so until it completes (or timeout) I'd like to display some kind of graphical "busy" marker in each affected (clicked) row. What is best practice to do it? I see animated gifs - i.e. ones with rotating circle - does not animate on Android. So far I tried RotateAnimation on static image, it looks OK but it's not what people are accustomed to. Is there any better way to mark individual row in ListView as being updated?

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Android :: Styling Added Rows To ArrayAdapter ListView Android

Jul 15, 2010

I have a ListView that I want to use with an ArrayAdapter to add different styled rows. The rows are created on different states in my application, and depending on the different states the rows should be styled(like colors and stuff). Here is some pseudo-code:

on creation:
mArrayAdapter = new ArrayAdapter(this, R.layout.message);
mView = (ListView) findViewById(R.id.in);
mView.setAdapter(mArrayAdapter);

On different states, which is triggered by another thread using a MessageHandler, add a row to the list containing a message: mArrayAdapter.add("Message");

This works fine, messages are popping up in the list depending on different states, but I want to have the rows styled differently. How to do this? Is the solution to create a custom ArrayAdapter with a custom Add() method?

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Android :: Animate Addition Or Removal Of Android ListView Rows

Oct 13, 2010

there is a very easy and powerful facility to animate the addition and removal of UITableView rows, here's a clip from a youtube video showing the default animation. Note how the surrounding rows collapse onto the deleted row. This animation helps users keep track of what changed in a list and where in the list they were looking at when the data changed.

Since I've been developing on Android I've found no equivalent facility to animate individual rows in a TableView. Calling notifyDataSetChanged() on my Adapter causes the ListView to immediately update its content with new information. I'd like to show a simple animation of a new row pushing in or sliding out when the data changes, but I can't find any documented way to do this. It looks like LayoutAnimationController might hold a key to getting this to work, but when I set a LayoutAnimationController on my ListView (similar to ApiDemo's LayoutAnimation2) and remove elements from my adapter after the list has displayed, the elements disappear immediately instead of getting animated out..................

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Android :: Double Rows In Listview With ArrayAdapter - Android

Oct 13, 2010

I'm new to android programming and I would like some help. I have the following code:

Object[] list_cities = parsedData.getCityname().toArray();
Object[] list_countries = parsedData.getCountryname().toArray();

// Display the available locations
list_search.setAdapter(new ArrayAdapter<Object>(this, android.R.layout.simple_list_item_2, android.R.id.text1, list_cities));
list_search.setAdapter(new ArrayAdapter<Object>(this, android.R.layout.simple_list_item_2, android.R.id.text2, list_countries));

I would like to display double rows for each entry in the list (city and country) but I have no luck. With the above code I only see the countries but not the cities. Is there any way to add both the adapters to the list_search so I can see all the data?

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Android :: Simple Listview - Consists Of Strings - When Click Opens A New Activity

Jun 21, 2010

I have a very simple listview going on. The list just consists of strings, when you click the string it opens a new activity blah blah. Here's the problem, I enabled settextfilter and while it did filter the list, when you click the result, it always performs the action of the string located at zero, and not the one it is supposed to.

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Android :: Emulate Preference Category Look

Jul 28, 2010

I like title bar style in android preference category. In my activity (no preferenceactivity) I want to use same style, how I can do?

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