Android :: Programmatically Setting Style Attribute

Aug 13, 2009

This question is about setting the "style" attribute programmatically, but it needs a bit of background first. I wish to create a custom component which will looks like a EditText box but not actually allow direct input. (When focused or touched it will pop up a dialog to allow data to be entered).

Android :: Programmatically setting style attribute

Android :: How To Programmatically Setting Style Attribute In View?

Jan 6, 2010

I would like to set a "style" for the button how can I do that in java since a want to use several style for each button I will use.

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Android :: How To Set Style Attribute Programmatically In Android?

Jul 14, 2010

I have to set the style for a TextView. Which is created by Pro grammatically. I have to implement this attribute style="@style/test" by programmatically. How to do it?I Checked this link. But i did not get any answer.

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Android :: Style Own Styleable With A Style - Custom View Class With Custom Attribute

Jul 8, 2009

I'm creating my own View class, and defining custom xml attributes with a attrs.xml. As long as I provide each attribute manually, there is no problem, but


The android:text is properly set in my instance, but the borderDrawable is not. I guess this has something to do with namespaces, because inside the styles.xml, the name="mypack:borderDrawable" is not handled by the XML parser's namespace facility, because its inside an attribute value. So "mypack" is in no way connected to " matter" and adding it via xmlns:mypack... to the stylefile would not help, I guess. In the same file, "android:text" is somehow recognized, even though "android" is AFAIK only a ns-defintion for [url], which is also not declared in that file.

So what is the proper way to set a custom attribute in a style?

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Android :: Getting Style Attribute To Work

Jun 3, 2009

I finally decided to use styles and themes instead of tediously setting attributes for each individual view. I was able to get the style to work when I set it on android:textAppearance, but when I try to just set it right on the style attribute like below, it no longer applies.This is happening to me for Buttons as well as TextViews. What I want is to be able to have a few different styles for text views and buttons and then just set the style on each button or text view.The style will need to define textSize, textColor, background and maybe a few others.Since background and some other things are not textAppearance,I need to use the general style attribute.

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Android :: Adding Style Attribute Via Code

Apr 19, 2010

I was wondering how to assign a style via code in adroid.suppose I have a TextView created with the following snippet:TextView myText = new TextView(this).

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Android :: Changing Style Attribute Of Button According To Its State

Mar 29, 2010

I was wondering if it is possible to use a similar approach to change the style attribute of an element using the same (or similar) technique.Or, if that is not possible, how can the style attribute be changed during runtime (there is no such thing as button.setStyle(

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Android :: Set Text Style Programmatically In Widget ?

Nov 8, 2010

I see there is a TextAppearanceSpan available but no examples on usage. I just want to make the text bold and leave everything else unchanged - is there perhaps a simpler way to do this programmatically?

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Android :: Creating View With Particular Style Programmatically

Jun 1, 2010

Other questions say that the style cannot be set programmatically, but a View can be initialised with a style such as when it is loaded from XML.How can I initialise a View with a particular style programmaticly (not in XML)? I tried using View(Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle), but I don't know what to parse in for the second argument. Passing in null results in the View not being displayed

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Android :: Create Non-default Style Widget Programmatically

Jul 21, 2009

In ApiDemo, there is a progressBar demo. It creates a horizontal progress bar with a xml.

<ProgressBar android:id="@+id/progress_horizontal" style="?android:attr/progressBarStyleHorizontal" android:layout_width="200dip" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:max="100" android:progress="50" android:secondaryProgress="75" />

But how to create one programmatically? If just new ProgressBar(fContext), it is Default ProgressBar style.

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Android :: How To Refer Attribute Value To Other Attribute In Same Element Of Layout?

Apr 3, 2010

I have problem to solve. I have listview in which android:background="#FFFF7W" value I would would like to put it in the android:cacheColorHint= "the value of the android:background".If anybody put some light how to refer the other attribute value to another attribute of the same element would be grateful.

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Android :: Turn On / Off GPS Programmatically Without Setting Screen?

Oct 7, 2010

How can we turn on/off GPS programatically without going on setting screen in android?

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HTC Hero :: View Bookmarks In Visual Style / Keep This Setting?

Oct 24, 2009

How do i view view bookmarks in visual style and can i keep this setting?

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Samsung Moment :: Barney Style Instructions For Setting Up Snes Games Using Apps

Nov 14, 2009

I'm sorry if this is a duplicate, but can someone post some barney style instructions for setting up snes games using apps and

I read a lot about this and I can't find any simple instructions.

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Android :: Accessing Style Items By Style ID

Nov 15, 2010

Any View have a constructor public View (Context context, AttributeSet attrs, int defStyle) which called when View declared with a style attribute So, if I have some class inherited from View class, I can access to declared attributes (like "android:layout_width" or "android:background") via AttributeSet attrs in a constructor. But when I move attributes to style I cannot see attributes and values exists in a style - I want to read items declared in style but I have only styleID in defStyle parameter. Is there some way to read style Items using styleID?

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Spinner Style Can't Be Changed To Newer Style?

Jan 8, 2014

I've developed a fairly extensive application. The problem began when I started spinners are the solid gray rectangular style (unlike the newer style with the triangle in the lower right corner). When I started developing this app several months ago, I couldn't figure out why my spinners were different (after many hours) so I just ignored it. I'm at the point now of polishing my program and want the newer spinner style. So, I'm beating my head against the wall again. I went to my Android SDK Mananger in Eclipse and updated my Android SDK Tools, Platform-tools, and Build-tools. I have the lastest versions of all of these (22.3 and 19.0.1). When I create a new project, the newer spinner style appears. However, none of my older projects changed. They still have the same old gray, rectangular type spinners. I tried using a "android format" line command I found while Googling, but no luck with that either.I'm using ADT Bundle with build v22.2.1-833290 on a Mac OSX Mavericks.

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Android :: Attribute Must Be Localized

Sep 30, 2009

I'm trying to compile an app via Android 1.6, and got errors shown below. It said some strings in TextView and Button are not localized. I know how to fix them. It's easy to add them to strings.xml. But I still doubt why I need to localize every string. I don't think the strings like '1024' (pure number) or '80 x 25' need to be localized. Can't I set some strings to be non-localized? I searched SDK 1.6 documents, but can't find any help.

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Get Attribute Value In Android Sax Parsing

Feb 19, 2013

I have to develop one android xml parsing use sax .This is my xml feed:

<Category name="book">
<article articleid="170" title="java programming">

how can i get the image url from thumb_image tag alone.

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Android :: Adding New Xml Attribute In Framewrok

Aug 15, 2009

Can anyone tell ,what are the steps to add a new attribute for ViewGroup.I added a attr in framework/core/res/value/attr.xml under"<declare-styleable name="ViewGroup">" but its not reflecting in after building.

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Android :: Get An Attribute's Value From AXML Item

Jul 2, 2010

Is there an easy way to grab a attribute value from an xml item in your Java class definition?I know you can grab similar xml attributes from the converted objects using getters/setters like View.getText().I'm just wondering if there's a way to grab an xml attribute right from the item itself.

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How To Access Android / Tag XML Attribute From Code

Sep 7, 2013

I set the tag attribute on a custom widget in my layout XML:



How do I grab some of the XML elements, like the android:tag element (set to "attr_2") through reflection of seekBar? Calling seekBar.getTag() returns null and I can't seem to find any methods on the Drawable that will give me what I want.

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Android :: Propagate Attribute Value Through View Hierarchy

Feb 10, 2009

I have attribute "attr1" defined for my views A, B, C. A and B are actually ViewGroups. Let's say C is contained in B and B in A. Is there an existing mechanism in Android framework that allows me to specify the value of attr1 in A and have it automatically propagated to B and C?

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Android :: How To Set EditText 's Password Attribute In Code

May 5, 2009

There's a "password" attribute in the xml file, but i want set the password attribute through the code. actually,In my project all Views are generated on the fly. do not using the xml files.

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Android :: How Do I Define Attribute For Custom Widget?

May 11, 2010

you can see where he's defined a custom widget called ColorMixer.ColorMixer has an attribute named "initialColor" declared in attrs.xml.but getIdentifier never returns anything but zero.Is there something more I should be doing? I want to re-write this code to be completely independent of 'R'

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Android :: Possible To Dynamically Set DrawSelectorOnTop Attribute On A Spinner?

May 13, 2009

Is it possible to dynamically set the drawSelectorOnTop attribute on a Spinner instead of having to do it in the layout XML?

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Android :: How To Retrieve XML Attribute For Custom Control?

Mar 17, 2010

I've created a combo box control with a edittext and spinner. I'm trying to let the android:prompt attribute be passed onto the spinner, which means I need to catch it in the constructor which passes my the AttributeSet and set it on the spinner. I can't figure out how to get the value of the prompt.

I get back 0, which means it didn't find the attribute.I also did a ta.count() which returned 0. So I'm not getting anything back.My XML simply defines an android:prompt value.

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Android :: SAXParser Invalid Token Exception And Attribute Value

Jan 1, 2010

I am using SAXParser to parse an html page (any better solution?) and have this exception:
W/System.err( 1358): org.apache.harmony.xml.ExpatParser $ParseException: At line 1, column 59: not well-formed (invalid token)
I have reduced the page to this:
<div id="submenu"><a href="/compte/ id=382730&idt=1cf6b94aa1a4cf84"></a></div>
And what causes the exception is the '&' inside the href attribute value.

Here is a minimalist test code:
DefaultHandler emptySaxHandler = new DefaultHandler() {};
String xmlstr = "<div id="submenu"><a href="/compte/"></a></div>";
SAXParserFactory factory = SAXParserFactory.newInstance();
SAXParser saxParser = factory.newSAXParser();
saxParser.parse(new ByteArrayInputStream(xmlstr.getBytes ()),emptySaxHandler);

Is this a normal behaviour or kind of bug? If normal, what should do to preprocess the string before parsing?

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Android :: Exact Opposite Of Preference Attribute (Dependency)?

Aug 28, 2010

Is there XML attribute that does the exact opposite of android:dependency? What I would like the dependent preference to be enabled when the other is not checked and disabled when it is checked. Maybe the issue isn't with android:dependency maybe there is an xml attribute that I can add to make the default for that preference disabled and then android:dependency will toggle it the opposite way like I want. I tried setting android:enabled="false" in the preference and it disables it like I want but even with it being dependent on the other preference it didn't enable it like I had hoped.

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Android :: Attribute Value Coming Html Tag / Parse It In Droid?

Nov 15, 2010

My attribute value is coming in html tag .can any body tell how to parse the value.

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Android :: Does Support To Using Resource For Activity Attribute In AndroidManefest.xml

Oct 16, 2009

I have the following case. I have two string xml files under the dir of res/values and res/values- small. The strings in the two files are used to describe the different activity attribute. But i found that when i run my apk on QVGA emulator, the system always get the string value from res/values.

Here is my example:


When i run my apk on QVGA emulator, i found that the system always get the values from res/values/config.xml. Thus i want to know if Android support to use resource to describe the activity attribute.

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