Android :: EditText - Button Not Visible It Hides Below Virtual Keyboard

Oct 8, 2010

I have edittext and a button below edittext. edittext has width as fill_parent and height as wrap_content.

My messages covers full screen, due to this my button is not visible it hides below virtual keyboard

Android :: EditText - button not visible it hides below virtual keyboard


Android :: How To Detect Whether The Virtual Keyboard Is Visible Or Not - SDK 1.5

Apr 28, 2009

I want to know is there a way one can check(programmatically) whether currently virtual keyboard is visible or not? I want to run some code when the keyboard is visible. Is there a even that occurs when the keyboard is being visible and when it goes back to hidden state?

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Android :: EditText And Virtual Keyboard

Jun 22, 2009

I was fillding with EditText and handling of events, and I was wondering on a strange thing:

If you press some of the keys (for example forward slash '/') on the emulated physical keyboard, the keyevents are called as usual (onKeydown, the KeyListeners etc). If I click on the corresponding virtual key on the onscreen virtual keyboard, all these callbacks do not get called at all! This is strange, given that If I press other keys like alhpanumerical, the events are called.

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Android :: Specifying Virtual Keyboard Type For EditText In XML

Aug 11, 2010

I'm creating a ListActivity. In each list item I have a View I've created which contains a RatingBar and an EditText. In the screenshot at the bottom, you can see the virtual keyboard contains a returnline key and no "Done" key. I would like to specify a different style of keyboard to use (and hopefully retain the spell checking bar). I would like my virtual keyboard to have a "Done" key instead of a return key. Can I set the style of virtual keyboard I'm wanting in the EditText's XML?

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Android :: Android - EditText And Button - When Click Button - Unfocus EditText And Hide Soft Keyboard

Jun 24, 2010

CODE:............

I have this at the top of my application. When the application starts, the EditText is orange highlighted and has a cursor in it; when the EditText is tapped, the soft keyboard pops up. The user uses it to type into the EditText.

However, when they click the Button, my onClick method fires and does everything it's supposed to, however the soft keyboard stays on screen and the EditText is still highlighted with its cursor.

I also have, at the top of the Button onclick: findViewById(R.id.name).clearFocus();

In spite of this, the EditText does not seem to clear its focus. How do I make the button actually act as if it is submitting the form?

Also, I do not transition to a different Activity on the click of the Button. I suppose that is the typical case, and probably the reason why they don't bother hiding the keyboard. However I want to keep the search box and button at the top of the screen, so I just dynamically fill and add views to the screen when the Button is pressed. How can I achieve my desired behavior?

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Android :: Displaying Virtual Keyboard Without Expanding EditText

Jan 28, 2010

I want to display keyboard when my app gets started. I know we can get Virtual Keyboard when clicked on EditText field, but I want to show Virtual Keyboard without clicking on EditText.

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Android :: EditText Hidden When Virtual Keyboard Shown And SurfaceView Involved

Jun 4, 2010

I have a simple user interface: an EditText should be located below a SurfaceView. I use a RelativeLayout to arrange these two views. Now, when I tap on the EditText to open the virtual keyboard the SurfaceView slides up but the EditText is hidden and does not show the typed string. To reproduce, use the following layout XML code:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<RelativeLayout
xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
android:id="@+id/RelativeLayout01"
android:layout_height="fill_parent"
android:layout_width="fill_parent">

<SurfaceView...............................

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Android :: Block Virtual Keyboard While Clicking On Edittext In Android

Dec 4, 2009

How to block virtual keyboard while clicking on edittext in android?

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Android : How Can I Close Virtual Keyboard On Button Press?

Aug 3, 2010

I have an Activity with an EditText, a button and a ListView. The purpose is to type a search screen in the EditText, press the button and have the search results populate this list. This is all working perfectly, but the virtual keyboard is behaving strange. If I click the EditText, I get the virtual keyboard. If I click the "Done" button on the virtual keyboard, it goes away. However, if I click my search button before clicking "Done" on the virtual keyboard, the virtual keyboard stays and I can't get rid of it. Clicking the "Done" button does not close the keyboard. It changes the "Done" button from "Done" to an arrow and remains visible.

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Android :: Virtual Keyboard Remove White Space Button

May 18, 2010

I want to stop user from entering white space into the edittext, easiest way is to do not have button in keyboard appearing on click.

How to hide white space button from keyboard ? or is there any other way to stop user entering white space into the edit text field.

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Android :: How To Detect The Event When Soft Keyboard Hides

May 20, 2009

I want to do something when the soft keyboard hide. Is there any function to detect that event?

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Android :: Android Virtual Keyboard KeyListener For Getting Virtual Keyboard Key Presses

Dec 23, 2009

I want that on each key press I require to change the Counter some what similar to Tweeter Thing but the issue is that OnEditorActionListener only calls for the change while the user presses Enter or Done key, Please Can I Find a Resolution for this.

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Android :: How To Disable "Next" Button On A EditText Software Keyboard?

Apr 2, 2010

I have a bunch of EditTexts in my Android application, each with InputMethod set to numberSigned. My target device does not have a hardware keyboard and thusly uses the software keyboard for numeric entry. Android attempts to be user-friendly and replaces the standard "Done" button to the right of the entry box with a "Next" button, probably because it recognizes the presence of other EditTexts My application does not need this functionality, and in fact impairs the functionality of the application. How do I remove or disable that functionality?

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General :: Nexus 7 - Xsposed Module Hides Keyboard Input Method Selector?

Dec 8, 2013

I'm looking for an Xsposed module that hides the keyboard input selector from the status bar. I know some custom ROMs have this but I'm looking for one that works on stock android.

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Android :: ScrollView - EditText Fields - Not Clearly Visible

Oct 18, 2010

I am having problem with the loswet 2 editText fields. They are not clearly visible. They are broken. Here is my layout file. Please let me know if anybody finds out the problem.

CODE:.........................

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Android :: Virtual Keyboard - Full Slide-out Keyboard

Nov 9, 2008

I'm getting the G1 next weekend and am wondering how long until a virtual keyboard will be available. I really like the idea of having a full slide-out keyboard but I would also like a virtual one so if I'm not wanting to say much I can just use the virtual keyboard or if I'm in an area where it needs to be quiet I don't need to have the sound of the keyboard sliding open.

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Android :: ALT Key For Virtual Keyboard

Nov 4, 2009

Basically I want to capture Alt-key combination to provide some customized alternative text input. For example Alt-f would put FOO into the text field. However there doesn't seem to be ALT key on the virtual keyboard in ether portrait or landscape. Is it possible to fake Alt key on the virtual keyboard somehow?

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Android :: No Virtual Keyboard Available

Aug 18, 2009

I have developed an app that uses setTextFilterEnabled(true). It works perfectly on my G1. My partner has a new MyTouch phone that does not have a real keyboard. He cannot use this functionality at all. He tried holding down the menu key(and so have I) but the keyboard does not appear. Without a keyboard, this app is dead on arrival.

I am trying the following code to no avail.

CODE:................

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Android :: New Virtual Keyboard

Dec 7, 2009

I just read this blog on androidandme.com about a new virtual keyboard, launching December 7, called Crocodile Keyboard. Crocodile Keyboard chomping its way onto Android - Android and Me

From the screenshots it seems like it'll do pretty well. Can't wait to find out.

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Android : How To Force Soft Keyboard To Be Visible?

Sep 17, 2009

I have a dialog that requires the use to type something. I'd like to force the soft keyboard to be visible when this window starts. I've tried most everything that looks applicable and nothing works. The API demos of SDK 1.5 have a set of windows that have this android:windowSoftInputMode="stateVisible|adjustPan" set in the manifest and they don't get the soft keyboard either.

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Android :: Virtual Keyboard To Top Of Screen

Feb 2, 2010

I'm looking for a way to move the virtual keyboard to the top of the screen, rather than the bottom. Is it possible?

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Android :: Configure Virtual Keyboard

Apr 7, 2010

Is there a way to configure the virtual keyboard to "hide" once the return key is pressed? I have numerous EditText fields in my application and I want the user to be able to enter a single line value, press return, and the keyboard goes away.Is there a way to override the virtual keyboard return key?

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Android :: Add Virtual Keyboard To T-Mobile G1

Mar 28, 2009

If Im using the T-Mobile G1, then the QWERTZ- keyboard is very good. But if I only want to use one hand, then I have to use the keyboard. Is it possible to add a virtual keyboard to the T-Mobile G1? I've heard, the new HTC Magic (with Android) has got one!

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Android :: Hide The Virtual Keyboard

Apr 28, 2009

Using the 1.5 SDK. I have an application with a TabActivity and when I change from one tab with edit fields to another that does not need any user input I would like the virtual keyboard to be hidden. I've tried setting android:windowSoftInputMode="stateAlwaysHidden" on the manifest for the activity that doesn't need user input but it didn't work (maybe because the activity is triggered by a TabActivity).

I've found the method hideSoftInputMethod(IBinder, int) in the InputMethodManager class but I don't know how to get the IBinder object that this method needs.

How do I get that IBinder object? Are there other ways to hide the soft keyboard?

It would be even better if I could make the soft keyboard automatically hide when an EditText loses focus.

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Android :: Enter Key On Virtual Keyboard

Jun 3, 2010

I am currently working on sdk 1.5, in which i want capture the Click event of Enter key on Virtual Keypad. My requirement is, for my Username/Password Login screen. Click on Username field. Cursor is displayed in Text entry box. Click on Enter key on Virtual Keypad. Cursor should be displayed in Password field. Take the cursor in Password field. Click on Enter key on Virtual Keypad. Virtual Keypad should be closed. I am testing the app on HTC Magic.

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Android :: To Close The Virtual Keyboard

Apr 9, 2010

I need to close the virtual keyboard when user enter the "Enter" button in virtual keyboard. How to close it.

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Android :: Virtual Keyboard - App Bound To Its Own

Dec 15, 2009

Can we make an application use custom virtual keyboard exclusively? So that no one else can use this virtual keyboard, and our app is always using our keyboard... ?

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Android :: Virtual Keyboard Event

Sep 27, 2010

How can I get an event when the user opens or closes the virtual keyboard..?

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Android :: How To Dismiss The Virtual Keyboard

Aug 21, 2010

I have several pages which are implemented using the ViewGroup class. I display a particular page by calling:

CODE:.............

And also

CODE:............

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Android :: Displaying Virtual Keyboard

Aug 14, 2009

I need help with showing the integrated virtual keyboard on-screen. I extended a View class and I implemented these two methods (most of it is just stub code; for now I only want to display the keyboard):

CODE:.............

Where editor is an instance of my View. I noticed in the debugger that my onCreateInputConnection() is executed but after that the keyboard is not displayed on the screen. Using the TextView widtget and it's subclasses is not an option.

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