Android :: Long Click On Child Views Of A ExpandableListView / Enable It?

Feb 28, 2010

ExpandableListView has a setOnChildClickListener method, but lacks of setOnChild*Long*ClickListener method.

When I added setOnLongClickListener() on child view in getChildView(), whole sublist became completely unclickable (despite of parentView.setOnChildClickListener() present and working before).

How can I enable long clicks on child views?

Android :: Long click on child views of a ExpandableListView / enable it?


Android :: ExpandableListView With My Own Layouts For Group And Child Views

Sep 20, 2010

i've got an ExpandableListView with my own layouts for the group and child views. a certain group-type will require a different layout. is that possible - i.e. a ELV with different layouts for a group view. i've got my own sub-class of SimpleExpandableListAdapter.

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Android :: Views And Their Child Views - How To Avoid The Ugly - Boxes - When Child Views In A View Has Another Color Than Background

Jan 6, 2010

I have a simple ListView and on that ListView I have placed a number of custom defined Views. The CustomView has ImageView and two TextViews.

The CustomView also has a "stateful drawable" as background, so that the background image (a 9-patch) changes if you press the Row in the ListView. When pressing the Row, the background image changes to a Red-ish thing.

The problem is that when the background changes from the default greyish, all the Views in the CustomView (ImageView and TextViews) still have their greyish background and thus creates very ugly greay boxes on top of the now redish background.

What is the best way to solve that problem? I hoped that such things were handled automatically (as it is done in for example .NET), but I was wrong it seems.

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Android : Implement Long Click Event For ExpandableListView?

Feb 2, 2010

Can any one please suggest me how to implement the long click (onItemLongClick()) for the Expandable list view?

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Android :: Possible For The Child Of An ExpandableListView Also Be A Parent?

Nov 5, 2010

Is it possible for the child of an ExpandableListView also be a parent?

For example, I need something like the following: ParentA ChildA ChildB ParentB ChildC GrandchildA? GrandchildB? ParentC

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Android :: Hide Child Dividers In ExpandableListView

Jul 14, 2010

I need to completely remove dividers from ExpandableListView. As for parent items it's a setDividerHeight method where I can pass a zero value. But there's no similar method for child divider. Is there any way to hide it?

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Android :: Do Root Views Of An Activity In Android Have Any Prior Knowledge Of The Child Views That Will Be Loaded Into Them

Jan 25, 2010

Is there any way to query a root view of an activity for all of its child views even before the root view or its children have been inflated? I guess what I'm looking for is whether a view knows ahead of time what children it will have before it gets inflated, and can I get that list in some way. Bizarre I realize, but I think it will help me with some unconventional automation testing I'm working on. I haven't found anything in the API like this.

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Android :: In An ExpandableListView - Show One Additional Line At The End Of The Child Results?

Jun 1, 2009

I have created a custom ExpandableListAdapter and everything works properly. What I'd like to be able to do is in each of the groups add a different type of child to the end. I have tried adding 1 to the getChildrenCount() number and then testing isLastChild in the getChildView() method, but that doesn't seem to work.

If a group has three children what I have working looks like this:

Group
NormalChild
NormalChild
NormalChild

But I'd really like something like this:

Group
NormalChild
NormalChild
NormalChild
AlternateChild

The idea being that the AlternateChild could be a link to more info about the group.

ListView has addFooterView() which will allow you to add a footer to a whole ListView... wonder how to add them to the ExpandableListView's children, or if it's even possible

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Android :: Catching Both Click And Long Click On ListView

May 3, 2010

I have a ListView in my Activity. I am trying to catch both a click and a long click (which should bring up a context menu).

ListView lv = (ListView) findViewById(R.id.MyListView); ... lv.setOnItemClickListener(this); lv.setOnCreateContextMenuListener(this); ...

I notice that if I have both the click and long click listeners up, I won't ever get the long click listener (i.e. the context menu). If I remove the setOnItemClickListener() call, i get a call into

@Override public void onCreateContextMenu(ContextMenu menu, View v, ContextMenu.ContextMenuInfo menuInfo) {

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Android :: Change Value Of ExpandableListView's Cell On Click

May 4, 2010

I have the following problem: I would like to change value of ExpandableListView's cell on click. How should I do that?

Here is what I'm using:

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

Application is in progress stage, so attrVal will contain several attributes ( which can be put or not depend on some logic), so I'm using this type of adapter and this way of filling cells' data.

fieldsInList - external variable of LinkedHashMap type.

I have a function which can change one of the member's of fieldsInList variable. How should I notify my expListAdapter or ExpanableListView to be refreshed?

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Android :: Add Child Views To Main View

Oct 23, 2010

I am trying to figure out how to add a child view to a parent view so I can use the MotionEvent.ACTION_MOVE feature to move from one child view to the next. Is this possible?

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Android :: Child In Particular Place In Views Or Layout?

Sep 7, 2009

I am facing problem in fixing the child in particular place in views or layout.

1) Can I fix the child at the starting and ending of Layout directly?

2) Can I fix the child at the starting or ending of the view directly?

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Android :: Re Ordering Child Views Of A Layout

Aug 29, 2010

I have a number of child views, each child is a TableRow and I need to be able to change the order of the TableRows, such that I can swap the rows into any order. I know there is a method called removeAllViews() but I don't really want to remove and re-create the views if its possible to access and change the order. I really want the display to update as smoothly as possible, taking the minimum amount of time, is it possible?

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Android :: Why Add Child Activities To TabActivity Instead Of Simply Using Views

Mar 17, 2010

I've been programming in Android for two years now and just joined an Android project where they are using a TabActivity to host multiple Activities. It's unclear why this is better than rewriting the TabActivity to simply use Views instead.

TabActivity extends ActivityGroup which means TabActivity can host both Activities and Views. But what's the use of this capability? I was under the impression that Activities should be treated as individual screens of an application.

In short, what is an example use case where it's recommended that TabActivity should host multiple Activities rather than multiple Views?

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Android :: Setting Focus To Listitem's Child Views

Jun 8, 2010

Is it possible to give Focus on listitem chile views , what i need is i have an custom list view , i creating each row using linear layout with two views like button and textview, now i want to get that button click event and have to change the background color while focusing is it possible?

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Android :: Setup Child Views Inside A Viewgroup?

Aug 31, 2010

Can someone help me with my Syntax/Methodology? I would like to set up a bunch of different views in a viewgroup. My code fails at the addView method.

Unfortunately, I can't find jack for examples (which is how I learn) using the ViewGroup class online.code...

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Android :: Multiple Child Views Created Programmatically Not Working / Make It To Do?

Sep 27, 2009

I need a LinearLayout to contain 3 TableLayouts, and I can't get it to work. This is where the problem is I'm sure:

mTableLayout.addView(mLinearLayout, LayoutParams.FILL_PARENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT); mLinearLayout.addView(nTableLayout, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT); mLinearLayout.addView(oTableLayout, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT); mLinearLayout.addView(pTableLayout, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT);

How Do I make this work? I can get it to work just find when I only add a single child view, but when I have multiple children view objects my app crashes.

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Android : Aren't Focus States Supposed To Bubble To Child Views?

Apr 19, 2010

When using a View within a View, for example an ImageView within a LinearLayout, both of which have xml drawable resources (the LinearLayout as a background) specifying PNG drawables to use for the on/off states, shouldn't children Views receive the focus state when their parent gets focus? So as far as I understand, both my LinearLayout and ImageView should be switching to their focus states right? Apparently not Or, more likely, apparently my implementation is incorrect.

The focus state works on the LinearLayout but my ImageView never receives focus.. I have both Views set to android:focusable="true".

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Android :: Child TextView In ScrollView With Large Amount Of Text Pushes Other Views Off The Screen

May 6, 2009

I am trying to create an activity layout that has a top level vertical linear layout like so:

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

This works ok as long as the wordDefinition text isn't very long. But, when I set the text to something very long, it pushes the back button off the bottom of the screen. Why? Isn't the ScrollView supposed to scroll the text in the child TextView?

I've tried playing with weights (e.g., giving the top text view a weight of .2, the scroll view a weight of .7 and the button a weight of .1, but to no avail.

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Android :: Close Soft Key Pad When I Click On Other Views In Droid?

Apr 12, 2010

I want to open the soft key pad when we click on or focus on edit text.Suppose in my application I have one Edittext view and image view at that time when i click on image view automatically the soft key pad will be closed.when i click on or focus on edittext at that time only Soft keypad will be opened what can i do?

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Android :: Long Click On Button

Feb 26, 2009

I want, that when the user clicks on a button, a textfield with a number will increase or decrease. But this should be work in a way, that the user leaves the finger on the button and the number increases automatically. Therefore he doesn´t have to click lot of times.I have not found any method to override that could implement such behaviour! Does anybody know how to implement this?

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Android :: ListView Long Click Animation

Dec 3, 2009

I would like to capture long click events in a ListView, which was easily done using a OnItemLongClickListener. However, that lacks the fading animation of the selector transitioning to a long press that is seen when the long click is handled by onCreateContextMenu. How can I get that animation using OnItemLongClickListener?

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Android :: Child Views Of Particular Table Row In Table Layout?

Jul 15, 2009

Here is my screen description: It is a TableLayout and it contains multiple Rows. I have set TableRow as clickable, as I want to go to next screen on click of a tableRow. Everything I am doing through Java programming (instead of XML layout, because number of TableRows changes each time) On next screen, I wanted to display all the views of that particular clicked TableRow. Here the problem i am facing is how to capture particular tableRow on onclick() even and how do I get all the textviews of that particular Row. I tried to set id at runtime, and tried to get id of view, but it's not working, giving error resourcenotfoundexception.

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Android :: Contex TMenu Not Popping Up On Long Click

May 18, 2010

The context menu is not popping up on the long click on the list items in the list view. I've extended the base adapter and used a view holder to implement the custom list with textviews and an imagebutton. adapter = new MyClickableListAdapter(this, R.layout.timeline, mObjectList);
list.setAdapter(adapter);
registerForContextMenu(list);
Implementation of onCreateContextMenu
@Override
public void onCreateContextMenu(ContextMenu menu, View v,
ContextMenuInfo menuInfo) {
// TODO Auto-generated method stub
super.onCreateContextMenu(menu, v, menuInfo);
Log.d(TAG, "Entering Context Menu");
menu.setHeaderTitle("Context Menu");
menu.add(Menu.NONE, DELETE_ID, Menu.NONE, "Delete")
.setIcon(R.drawable.icon);
The XML for listview is here
<ListView
android:id="@+id/list"
android:layout_width="fill_parent"
android:layout_height="wrap_content"
I've been trying this for many days. I think its impossible to register Context-menu for a custom list view like this. Correct me if I am wrong (possibly with sample code).Now I am thinking of a adding a button to the list item and it displays a menu on clicking it. Is it possible with some other way than using Dialogs?

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Android :: How To Know Which Element Of List Is Selected When Long Click

Jan 22, 2009

I have a list using a customized BaseAdapter. When one element of the list is hit during a long time, a contextual menu appears. I want to use this one to delete or edit the selected item but I don't know how to get id or anything else that could help me.

I tried getListView.getSelectedItem() thinking that it will give me the object returned by the method getItem(int position) inherited in my customized BaseAdapter. I got null. When I tried getSelectedItemId(), I got -1.

Does someone have a solution?

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Android :: Register Long Click On A WebView Somewhere Else Than On Links?

Jul 25, 2010

I think everything is in the title. I have been searching for this problem for days, seen the question asked everywhere, but never answered. SO maybe someone here knows how to do that.

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Android :: How To Handle Widget (Long Click) Event On Homescreen?

Aug 10, 2009

Does anyone know how to handle widget's "Long Click" event on home screen? I want to implement: long click one widget on home screen then one menu will be popup.

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Android :: How To Implement Context Menu On Key Press Instead Of Long Click / Tap?

Jun 5, 2010

I have a ListActivity and I want to implement context menu for each of the list elements. I know that the common way to do this is to show the context menu on long click/tap. I want to know if there is a way to show the context menu for each element on a key press(preferably the menu key).To rephrase my question, how can I trigger the context menu and not the options menu by pressing the menu key(or any other key).

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Samsung Fascinate :: How Long Until One Click Root

Sep 10, 2010

Just wondering how long you all thought it would be before there is a one click root app for the Fascinate? I can't imagine it would be long.

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General :: How To Enable To Change Songs With Volume Long Press

Jan 23, 2014

I am new to android and i had owned a sony walkman mobile the feature which enabled me to change the songs with volume rocker long press...is missing on android...currently i own a sony xperia sp and running stock rom and stock firmware..how to root the mobile or mess around with the software..all i know is to download apks and install them...so developing apk which enables users to change songs with long press of volume rocker?..and as i mentioned above i do not have a rooted mobile so is there any way i can find or instal an apk to change songs with the volume rocker without rooting and custom roms?

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