Android :: Set Gravity (margins) Of ImageView Using Code?

Apr 11, 2010

I want to add ImageView to FrameLayout with Gravity or margins. but FramLayout and ImageView has no method about that(Actually, I can't found that). Reason that selects Framelayout is to put ImageView on ImageView. code...

Android :: Set gravity (margins) of ImageView using code?

Android : Redundant Margins When Adding ImageView To ScrollView

Jun 8, 2010

I have been trying to use a ScrollView on a single ImageView with a JPG (~770 x 1024) over an AVD that's 600x800.

My main.xml is code...

It is important for me to avoid stretching the image. I can not use FIT_XY for ScaleType.
What is the recommended way to implement a display of a page that can be potentially scrolled?
Do I have to do it manually with a plain layout and scrolling upon GestureDetector.OnScroll events?

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Android :: Get Imageview In Code?

Oct 17, 2010

How can i get a variable on the imageview that i have defined in a layout.xml in the code?

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Android :: How To Set Margin Of ImageView Using Code - Not Xml

Aug 5, 2010

I want to add an unknown number of ImageView views to my layout with margin. In xml, I can use layout_margin like this:

<ImageView android:layout_margin="5dip" android:src="@drawable/image" />

There is ImageView.setPadding(), but no ImageView.setMargin(). I think it's along the lines of ImageView.setLayoutParams(LayoutParams), but not sure what to feed into that.

Does anyone know?

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Android : How To Create An ImageView In Java Code Within An Existing Layout

Jun 8, 2010

I'm looking for an easy way for the user to see how many drinks they've had for a BAC calculator.

PICTURE OF THE APP, for reference

On button press, I would like an image to be added to the screen, directly under the spinner and with left alignment. When I press the button again, I want another image to be added to the screen.

So if I pressed the add beer button, a drawable of a beer would appear below the spinner. If I pressed the add beer button again, I want there to be TWO drawables of beers under the spinner, preferably with them being added from the right.

(Also, having them reach their width limit, wrapping around, and starting again on the left, but below a full line, would be AWESOME)

I can't figure out how to do this. I assume adding a ImageView in code to a relative layout (because it needs to be positioned to the right) would be the best route, but if it's possible in xml I'd be more than happy to use that.

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Android :: Pro Grammatically Adjusting Margins

Feb 10, 2010

I am trying to create a menu that slides up from the bottom.It starts with the menu's view just visible at the bottom of the screen, and then clicking it causes it to slide up.I tried using a TranslateAnimation, but although the pixels move, the hit areas of the menu are in the same position as before.So I think that if I can adjust the menu's margins after the animation is complete, this will accomplish what I want.However, I can't figure out how to adjust the margins.I've tried to create a LinearLayout.LayoutMargins object and then set its margins and apply it to the menu's view (which is a LinearLayout), but this doesn't work.

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Android :: Set A New View's Margins Programatically

Sep 4, 2010

I have a FrameView that's created in my XML layout, and in my code, I'm trying to create a series of new ImageViews and add them as children of this FrameView. The ImageViews are small, only about 15 pixels square, and I want them to show up in various positions around the FrameView (I'm trying to implement what looks like a radar screen). I'm able to create them and add them just fine, and they show up on the screen.

However, when I try to set their margins, it doesn't seem to have any effect. No matter what I set, all the ImageViews show up in the top left corner of the FrameView, as opposed to offset by the appropriate margins. My XML layout is listed below, along with the code that generates the child views. Am I doing something wrong? How can I get the margins to show up properly? Or is there a better way to do this than by using margins.





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Android :: 9 Patch Background Image Affects Margins?

Feb 15, 2010

i have list views with image views and text views etc in them, and i'm trying to fix up a situation where the background image of a list element changes in the "pressed" state. if there's a straightforward way of doing that, please let me know! right now, i override onTouchEvent() in the topmost view, and also in those child views who don't just delegate to their parents which would be image views. i have to check for long clicks myself, but basically this scheme works. the list views are potentially different sizes depending on how much text is in the views etc, so i thought i would use a 9-patch as the background. however, when the background changes from flat white to the 9-patch, this seems to indent the view a bit - ie give it margins. eh? if i change the image to a non-9-patch, the margins remain as they are. i've tried different sizes of 9-patch, from 320x150 or so down to 100x30 etc, no change. what's going on?

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Android :: Set ImageView Android:src In Code?

Feb 22, 2010

I have a simply ListView, I want to set the "<ImageView android:src" based on the value of "<TextView android:id="@+id/line_1". How can I do this?


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General :: Change Space / Margins Between Icons?

Jan 28, 2012

Any app which lets me change the space/margins between the icons? I've changed the font and it is a little larger size, therefore it gets chopped off at the second line caused by the icon below.

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Android :: Gravity And Layout_gravity

Aug 14, 2010

I know we can set the following value to the anroid:gravity and android:layout_gravity :

center_horizontal , etc.

But i am confused regarding these both. what is the difference between the usage of android:gravity and android:layout_gravity?

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Android :: Gravity Vs Layout_gravity?

May 14, 2009

What is the difference between those attributes? According to the documentation of R.attr, there isn't any difference (doc text is exactly the same, see, but apparently, that's simply not true. For example, the gravity attribute can be used on EditText to set the text alignment (e.g. left, center, right).

I often found that neither of them work to align a view at all. For example, I need to float two text views in a relative layout, one going to the left below a title bar, the other going to the right below the title bar. So what I did was this:


That doesn't work, however. The left text is indeed aligned to the left inside its parent (the relative layout), but the right text is not aligned to the right; instead, it's placed directly to the right of the left text.

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Android :: Cannot Set Gravity Of TableLayout To Right

Sep 26, 2010

I know there are tons of questions about this already floating around SO but I've read a bunch of them and still cannot get my 3rd column to align to the right.


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Android :: Accelerometer Gravity Components

Jun 7, 2010

I know this question is definitely solved somewhere many times already, please enlighten me if you know of their existence,

Quick rundown:
I want to compute from a 3 axis accelerometer the gravity component on each of these 3 axes.
I have used 2 axes free body diagrams to work out the accelerometer's gravity component in the world X-Z, Y-Z and X-Y axes. But the solution seems slightly off, it's acceptable for extreme cases when only 1 accelerometer axis is exposed to gravity, but for a pitch and roll of both 45 degrees, the combined total magnitude is greater than gravity (obtained by Xa^2+Ya^2+Za^2=g^2; Xa, Ya and Za are accelerometer readings in its X, Y and Z axis).

More detail:
The device is a Nexus One, and have a magnetic field sensor for azimuth, pitch and roll in addition to the 3-axis accelerometer.In the world's axis (with Z in the same direction as gravity, and either X or Y points to the north pole, don't think this matters much?), I assumed my device has a pitch (P) on the Y-Z axis, and a roll (R) on the X-Z axis. With that I used simple trig to get:
There is another set for pitch, P.Now I defined gravity to have 3 components in the world's axis, a Gxz that is measurable only in the X-Z axis, a Gyz for Y-Z, and a Gxy for X-Y axis.Gxz^2+Gyz^2+Gxy^2=2*G^2 the 2G is because gravity is effectively included twice in this definition. Oh and the X-Y axis produce something more exotic I'll explain if required later.From these equations I obtained a formula for Az, and removed the tan operations because I don't know how to handle tan90 calculations (it's infinity?).So my question is, anyone know whether I did this right/wrong or able to point me to the right direction?

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Games :: Gravity Lander For Android

Oct 8, 2010

Available in the Market, Android 2.2 only

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Android :: Set Gravity For A TextView Programmatically

Sep 23, 2010

I can use android:gravity="bottom|center_horizontal" in xml on a textview to get my desired results but I need to do this programmatically.

My textview is inside a tablerow if that matters in a relativelayout.

I have tried:


But if I understand that correctly, that would apply it to the tablerow? not the textview?

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Android :: Imageview Ontop Of Another Imageview

Jun 15, 2010

I have a listlayout with items in it that looks like this:

There is first an ImageView (the light) and then two textViews. All of this inside a TableLayout. (source here:

I want to have a rotating animation of a loading indicator Ontop of this light when this particular device (light) performs an action or an action is performed on it.

How do I put an animation ontop of this light imageview?

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Android :: Difference Between Linearlayout Gravity And LayoutGravity ?

Nov 4, 2009

In eclipse layout editor for LinearLayout under LinearLayout one gravity is there and under "Misc" LayoutGravity is there.What is the difference between these two? How to set the layout gravity of a linear layout from code?

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Android :: How To Set Layout Gravity Of RelativeLayout Programmatically?

Nov 9, 2010

I have ScrollView with RelativeLayout as a child of ScrollView. I am trying through JAVA code to set Layout_Gravity to CENTER so my RelativeLayout is centered (horizontally and vertically) in the middle of ScrollView (that covers whole screen).This works fine in XML and produces desired result, but when I try to do this programmatically, it seems there is no way to set Layout_Gravity of RelativeLayout. I tried using LayoutParams, but couldn't find anything there that would help me to center RelativeLayout in the middle. So, am I missing something or this simply can't be done?

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Android :: Set Attributes - Margin - Gravity To View Programmatically?

Apr 27, 2010

I need to create a GUI (layout+views) in my .java activity class (I know it's far more flexible and easier to use .xml layout file, but I don't want to use it for now).

I can't find any setGravity() (but a "Gravity" object I can't figure how to use) or any set setMargin() method for the "View" object. What is the easiest way to do it?

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Android :: TextView Gravity - Implementation Of ViewGroup With Some TextViews In It?

Nov 10, 2010

Has anyone tried to write his own implementation of ViewGroup with some TextViews in it? I have a problem, that TextViews in such an implementation don't respect gravity attribute (TextView.setGravity(Gravity.CENTER);) and text is positioned in the top left corner.

If enyone is interested, I just overwrote method onMeasure() (for all my TextViews) and changed call from super.onMeasure() to setMeasuredDimension(int, int) and gravity started to work normally.

Basically, in my custom layout I use the following class to display text:


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General :: Android 4.2.2 - Gravity Box Doubled Settings In Notification Bar

Jun 5, 2014

So i have android 4.2.2 and i installed xposed and gravity box. And my problem is that i have doubled fast settings in notification bar: stock and nearly the same added from this mod. Any solutions that i would have only one visible?

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Android :: Unable To Change Layout Gravity Of Button Programmatically

Oct 7, 2010

I'm unable to change the layout_gravity of a Button programmatically, does anybody know how to do this?The gravity attribute is easily changed using Button.gravity(), Ie it changes the gravity of the text inside the button I cannot change the gravity of the button itself. I also cannot seem to find this in any of the layout params contructors.

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Games :: Gravity Fights 2.0 ?

May 16, 2010

Gravity Fights 2.0. Inspired by the Amiga Classic GRAVITY FORCE, the new Android shooter GRAVITY FIGHTS 2.0 is a great psychedelic experience. The involving planet Synapsys is populated by the infinite sides of reality in the space of an insane mind. To let the energy flow in the planet, shot all the triggers of illusion that fragment its mind to open the doors of perception.

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Games :: Released New Game Gravity Tow

Aug 15, 2010

I just recently released my new game Gravity Tow.

Gravity Tow is an addictive and challenging action game which could be best described as 'Reverse Doodle Jump.' It has an online high-score where you can compare your results to others. The aim of the game is to pull up the waste container as high as possible by activating gravity fields.

After the second interplanetary war, you work as a waste disposal manager and shoot containers with nuclear waste into the general direction of planet Dork 42.

Full story including crappy trailer: Gravity Tow Homepage

It is available now from Android Market: Gravity Tow

It requires Android 1.6 or higher, works also on older phones.

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General :: Samsung Gravity Smart - Playstore App Automatically Install Itself

Mar 27, 2012

The Samsung Gravity Smart has extremely limited internal memory. The new Playstore App automatically installs itself every time I download another app. Then, I have to remove the Playstore app before I do anything else, because the Playstore app has consumed all of the memory.

Isn't there something that I can do to stop the Playstore app from installing itself?

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General :: SGH-T589 Samsung Gravity Smart - Internal Storage Full?

Oct 16, 2013

why my Android's internal storage is full. I don't think I have anything on there except for the 18 stock apps I have (including apps like titanium backup, and Link2SD that came with my ROM). I've gotten rid of all the bloatware on the phone, deleted most of my cache, and moved all of my downloaded apps to the SD card. I've even gone as far as to replace the web browser with Opera mini (and put it on the SD card), and prevented the device from installing a 10 MB update for the google play store. Even though the phone only has 14 MB (138/152 MB), I would think that would be more than enough to receive text messages. The phone doesn't even want me to do that.

I do have a few thoughts as to what could be causing this problem. First off, even after I've deleted an app via titanium backup, the app still appears in titanium backup with a line through it. This leads me to believe that the app still has data left on the phone. Second, I'm thinking Link2SD isn't actually moving all of the app to the SD card. In that case, I guess I don't have any choice but to remove all of my extra apps.

I actually have one solution that may or may not work. If I could somehow make the device treat my extra (32 GB) SD card into thinking it's the phone's external storage, then I wouldn't have to worry about overloading it at all. Would this work flawlessly?

Here's some extra information that may or may not be useful.

Device Model: SGH-T589 - Samsung Gravity Smart
Android Version: 2.2.2
ROM: <ROM> Samsung Gravity Smart T589 <10/26/11> - xda-developers

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Android :: Change Existing Apps Code Of G1 - Calendar And Camera Code

Feb 19, 2009

I wanna to add some code in Camera Apps code , so that it will invoke my Application and do the thing as per my desier. Is it possible to change the Application code? If any one already tried this then plz let me know, how to proceed and build if i change some code. How to integrate my application with camera apps.

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Android :: Put Algorithm Code To Create Binary Library / Link This In Main Function Code?

Jan 27, 2010

I can build a daemon with my algorithm code and main function.I put all files in one folder under /development and make This executable file works successfully

Now I want to separate my algorithm code and main function code. I hope to build a binary library with my algorithm code and main function will link this binary library to use.

Where to put my algorithm code to create binary library and how to link this binary library in main function code?

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Android :: Integrating Code With Home Screen Code

Jan 22, 2010

I am trying to integrate my code to the android Home Screen code. I want to launch my activity frm the HomeScreen by click of a button. I Did the code & then build it but when i click the button i m getting error as Application not installed on phone.

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