Android :: OnListItemClick With Mulitple Value / Retrieving Value
May 22, 2010
I am trying to retrieve the 2nd value from a Arraylist/ArrayAdapter that I have populated. I am new to Array so please correct me if I am wrong
Q1. I created the Array Favorite. What I think what I created is an Array with two set of value call Detail | Value. example Detail="Yasmin",Value="8". Is this correct?
Q2. I have assign the Favorite Array to the mFavlist listview. During the OnItemClick I can return the label "Yasmin" by the position of the listview. What I would like to do is return the value of "8". What would be the best way to do this?
I created a widget that when clicked activates a PendingIntent.The problem is when I have more than one widget on the screen only the latest one will start the PendingIntent.I have read some about a unique request code, but not figured this out.Any ideas how I can have multiple widgets and the PendingIntents work for each?
I am adding a menu option in my newest application that will allow users to view all of our other applicatiosn we've published to the market place. The problem we are having is we created a second more business like developer account, but want to let users also see all of our old apps. I know how to have the search point to one developer, i.e. pub:<developer name>, but does anyone know of a way to have it search multiple? So that when they click the button all the apps from the older developer we had along with the newer business developer we created?
If I send a text message to multiple recipients it sends as an MMS. I understand that this happens by design on some networks if you're sending a text to more than 10 people at once, but I was only sending the same text to 2 people. I'm with T-Mobile and I have unlimited texts as part of my contract, but MMS messages cost 20p each, so obviously I don't want this to happen. Can this be changed so the messages send as regular texts?
i've tried displaying a simple list in ListActivity, it is working fine but the problem i got is with the listener.. when i click on any of the list item using the mouse onListItemClick() is not being called, strangely it is working fine with the key-up&key-down keys...................
I was trying to use a ListActivity which uses a custom Adapter. Every list element is a complex collection of objects which include buttons, checkboxes etc (which also have onClickListeners). Now, the problem is the onListItemClick is not even invoked when a list element is selected. I tried everything possible but am not able to get the selection. Using the trackball I am able to bring focus to the list elements, but am not able to get the call back. But, on touching, I am not even getting the focus. I tried these steps unsuccessfully to solve the problem. * Tried removing onClickListeners from the listElement Objects. * Tried making all the objects non-focussable, by modifying the XML (as suggested by Romain Guy).
When I click on one of the items in the list, the onListItemClick() i have in my activity is not invoked. Turns out, if I comment out the CheckBox node in my layout xml, it works. I feel like there is a simple explanation that I don't know about.. maybe because CheckBox is an actual interactive widget it's overriding some click action or something?
I have a ListActivty and I overload the onListItemClick(ListView listView, View view, int position, long id) in my List Activity. My question is why onListItemClick() not getting called back (i have breakpoint in my debugger) when I have an ImageButton in my list item view (the one view created by my list adaptor from cursor)?
I have a ListView with some elements on it. Each row has a TextView and a Button. It looks like this: | Some text in a row (Button) | Now, when I click on this text nothing happens. Simply no one function is called. But when I click on the button I can handle the event. I use onListItemClick() So what should I use instead of this TextView to be able to handle an event (when I click on the text)? Before this I had only one TextView in each row and when I was clicking on a row everything worked fine (onListItemClick() was called).
I am using a ListView with a SimpleAdapter. Once data is populated into it I would like to set the first item in the list. This can be done by clicking on the list item on the screen. I want to just call the method directly after I populate the list so that when you see the UI its already done. My only problem is getting the View from the ListView. I noticed its children are all null but the SimpleAdapter has items in it. When I try to get those items they are not Views and I am not able to match the method call of protected void onListItemClick(ListView l, View v, int position, long id)
I have a ListView which its contents could change at any time (eg. a list of cities within a state; a new city could be added to the state in our database at anytime). How do I implement, if possible, the onListItemClick event to work with this? For example, if a user selects a certain city in the ListView, i should be able to pass a value that independently identifies what city was clicked onto my next activity. I can't listen for positions because they could change with an addition or removal of a city.
I have a listview that shows files in a specified folder which works. But what I can't figure out is in the onListItemClick method. How can I get the name of the selected file in the ListView from the ArrayAdapter instead of the position or id?.......................
This maybe against the way the Android team wants this to work, but if not I can't seem to come up with a way to do this. Basically I have a list view that I want to create a ContextMenu when onListItemClick received. So when the user clicks on a list item I want them to choose the action from a ContextMenu. Anyone have an example of how to do this, I can get it to work with no problems with a long press, but my users are missing the menu and just thinking the ListView does nothing.
Is there any way i can make my listactivity (rather listview) highlight the List Item when it is clicked (pressed) upon? (...and remain highlighted) The default behavior, simply highlights the item for a moment, and it gradually fades to black... Currently, the highlighting only happens when we use the DPad... It'd be ideal if atleast one list item is "highlighted" at all times. Worst case scenario, i may have to keep track of the "last clicked item" (by default the first) and change its background or something...but i was hoping there was an easier way...
I have a ListActivity working as expected. When a list item is clicked the app responds properly. I want to add a checkbox on the far right side of the screen, next to each list item. When I attempted to do that by updating the XML (see below) I lost the onListItemClick functionality. When I clicked on a list item nothing happened.code...
I am trying to add the checkbox next to the tvProduct object.