Android :: ListView That Uses Linkify To Create A Link To Another Activity In My App

Jul 15, 2010

I have a ListView that uses Linkify to create a link to another activity in my app. the url looks something like content://com.myapp/activitiy/view?param=blah

This works fine every time.

However, in another view, I'm trying to call some code like this:


But for some reason this doesn't seem to work. It doesn't trigger my activity (and in fact it blows up if i dont include the setAction() call. How am I supposed to create the Intent such that it acts the same way that Linkify does...?

Now i realize i can setup the extras and then handle it in the activity, but that just seems like duplicated effort.

Android :: ListView that uses Linkify to create a link to another activity in my app

Android :: Linkify To Create Link An Email Id To Email App

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I am stuck at a place when I was using Linkify to create Link an email id to the Android email app.

I have a large sentence in a textview which has an email id. On clicking on it, it opens my android email app. But The problem is that, I cannot add any subject or message in the mail. Is there any way of doing this using linkify ? Or do I have to use any other way for doing this. I initially used a textview which had just the email id, from which I could add the subject and message, but i will have to keep the email id in a separate line. I want the entire line in the textview where the email id comes in the middle of the sentence.

I am currently doing like this:


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scrolling upward - after the first item was reached the last begins (.., 2, 1, n, n-1, ..)

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I have already received an answer (from Streets Of Boston on Android-Developers google groups), but it sounds somehow ugly :) -

I did this by creating my own list-adapter (subclassed from BaseAdapter).

I coded my own list-adapter in such a way that its getCount() method returns a HUGE number.

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And for my adapter's method getItem(int position), i look in my array that backs up the adapter and fetch the item on index:(position-getCount()/2) % myDataItems.length

You need to do some more 'special'stuff to make it all work correctly, but you get the idea.

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