Android :: Super Compass - Many Styles And Backgrounds To Choose From

Jul 12, 2010

Super compass is a compass in the English tools. There are many styles and backgrounds to choose from, the essential software for your trip.

Super compass, both app and home screen widget, several styles and backgrounds to choose.
Version 1.4:
- show GPS location
- show current address
- GPS status
- connectivity status
- Home screen widget
- change background
- change style
- calibrate
- GPS location, address

Android :: Super Compass - many  styles and backgrounds to choose from

Media :: Making Backgrounds Go Into Default Backgrounds Location

Jun 6, 2010

I have two questions about wallpapers on my nexus one. First off, is there anyway to take a custom image that I have and I am using and put it into the list of "default" backgrounds so that when I change it I don't have to go through that resize hassle and everything and I can have it in a more organized location. Also are there any applications or tools out there to get great looking wallpapers for the nexus one. Sometimes when using an image it doesn't look that good and the selection thing when doing it from the gallery is annoying because of the selection has to be a square yet my screen is 800x480.

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Android :: Backgrounds App

Dec 30, 2009

I downloaded the backgrounds app and i love it. found some backgrounds right off the back that i liked and saved them. well when i saved the pics it says that they were saved to the sd card in the backgrounds folder. well when i go to my albums there is no backgrounds folder in there. so i figured i could hook it up over usb and just cut and paste them in a folder that i knew would show up in albums. strike 2. so i was fooling with the app and i found that they have photo frames that you can add a pic to and save them. well i tried that and a backgrounds folder appeared under albums but the backgrounds i saved still dont show up. strike 3.

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Android :: XML Or CSS For Styles And Themes

Jan 24, 2009

For Style and Thems defination, CSS is considered to be a better standard...(as it has seen many revisions and widely used already in the web areas).. Any reason, why Android using XML approach as opposed to CSS.. Are there any plans of support of CSS too in future..

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Android :: Themes And Styles

Sep 3, 2010

I want to enable different themes in my app. Some elements need "special" variations, like, for example, a headline TextView. Lets say for the example, in theme A, I want the headline yellow on black, in theme B red on white, while the default TextView uses black on white and vice versa.

Now, I can style the default TextView pretty easy by using <item name="android:textViewStyle"> with a different TextView style in each Theme style.

For example:


But how can I do it with the headline? As far as I know, I can use style="..." in the layout XML. But there, I can only use an item style like "headlineForBlack", which would ignore the current theme, while I'd rather need something like "style 'headline' for the current theme".

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Android :: Namespace In Styles.xml

Nov 9, 2009

I have defined some attributes in my view and I can assign them like:


This works. But when I want to do the same thing with styles.xml:


I get "No resource found that matches the given name".

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Android :: Set Styles Programmatically

Feb 3, 2009

Given a widget and a int that references a style (defined in my res/ values/style.xml), what is the 'correct' way to programmatically apply the style to the widget?

Up until now I've been hacking this by...


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Android :: Backgrounds And App Killers

Jun 24, 2010

I always set my background to the live smoke background. and whenever i use my app killer it takes off the background and i always have to reset it? is there any way i can keep it there when i use the app killer?

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Android :: Backgrounds In Listview

Aug 1, 2010

I have a listview with a bunch of items in it, each item has its own background, the problem is that if i only have one item in a list, the rest of the "empty" slots of the list is black. I tried applying a background around the listview and also on the view that sorrounds it (relativeView) and i get a strange margin around the whole list like the picture at the bottom. The question i have is, how can i remove the actual "borders" around the list so it still fills upp its parent ?

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Android :: Presentation Backgrounds

Feb 26, 2009

I've just completed a week of work at my company, investigating android, and obviously spent time developing applications and playing with the API. However I know have to give a presentation about my findings (mostly good by the way), and I wanted some background pictures for my presentation that are android themed. Surely someone here has had to do something like this and either has some lying around, or knows of a website that has some CC or freely licensed background pictures.

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Android :: Name Of App That Cycles Backgrounds

Sep 20, 2009

Didn't like it at first as I had the wrong resolution of BG. Now that I want it back, I can't find it :P

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Android :: Default Styles For Widgets

Sep 19, 2009

Where can I find default styles for my widgets? Let me give you an example. In the Contacts application, when adding a new contact, at the very bottom there are two buttons that have a particular background. I have traced that to here:;... and it would seem that that background is achieved by using style="@android:style/ButtonBar" on a LinearLayout. From what I understand, this is a system-wide theme default for button bars. However, what I am searching for is not a ButtonBar, but similar, so I tried searching for this ButtonBar in the documentation, hoping to find other similar styles I could use. I *thought* I would find it in[url]

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Android :: Replace Styles And Themes

Oct 7, 2009

I would like to load new themes/styles from the web to replace the current ones. Is that possible? As far as I can see those resources are read-only.

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Android :: Custom Tabwidget Styles

Nov 25, 2009

I would like to make some small changes to the style of the built-in TabWidget (i.e. make the height smaller and change some colors).

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Android :: Pre-defined Text Styles

Jun 30, 2010

Where can I see what typeface, size, color, etc. are used for Android's pre-defined text styles? Like the default text style or textAppearanceMedium, for example?

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Android :: Multiple Configurations - Styles In App

Sep 7, 2009

I'm supposed to develop an app which behave like that: The User starts the app and can select between different configurations. Depending on the selection there are different colors, drawables and strings (e.g. urls for webservice-calls) to display. All the code-stuff is the same.

My first intention to do so was themes.... - is it possible to include somehow strings in themes? - what shall I do with styles which are referenced in some layout-xml (which are the same for all configs) and should use different colors. can't define colors or styles multiple times and don't want to change that manually (when user selects by code).

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Android :: Load CSS Styles In A Textview

Apr 22, 2010

Is it possible to display Css style tags in a text view..? The method Html.fromhtml() converts only html tags to a spanned string but not the Css styles

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Android :: Important Undocumented Styles

Jan 28, 2010

An important part of creating an android application is making the gui look right. However where do I find documentation for this. An example of what I am looking for is something like this


what other interesting styles does exist. The eclipse layout xml editor knows about some of the @android:style/'s but not this one. Where is all this documented?

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Android :: Handcent SMS Custom Styles

Aug 28, 2010

I like Handcent SMS but can't decide on a custom style. can anyone suggest style settings or if you are able to post screens of your Handcent SMS setup. Show me your styles!

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Android :: Set Specific Font In A Styles.xml

Apr 1, 2010

I'm defining a style XML for my android app. I have some TTF files I want to use, how can I set the typeface to use those files as the font as opposed to the generic "sans", "serif" & "monospace".

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Android :: Create A Selector Of Styles

Sep 7, 2010

I would like to create an xml selector of styles.

Basically i would do something like that:


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Android :: Modifying Styles Programmatically

Sep 11, 2010

In an Android application I am writing, the styling for my various TextView elements is defined in an xml resource. I would like enable the user to change certain styles such as android:typeface using a PreferenceActivity. Is there a way to modify a style resource programmatically such that all associated widgets will update correctly? If not, must I manually select all widgets by id and change their styling?

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Android :: Color Button Backgrounds

Jul 1, 2010

Is there a way to color buttons without loosing the rounding of the edges?

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Android :: Favorite Wallpaper/backgrounds App

Jun 16, 2010

I've had my Droid since November and I've only been able to stick with one,Backgrounds. What is everyone elses' favorite?

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Android :: Set Backgrounds For Each Key On Droid Keyboard?

Jul 6, 2010

How can I set backgrounds for each key on the android keyboard.
KeyboardView android:keyBackground provides one background for all keys. But I want to set different backgrounds for every key.

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Android :: Changing Alert Dialog Styles

Mar 16, 2009

Is there a way to change the Alert Dialog style, like background and font color using something like

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <resources> <style name="Theme" parent="android:Theme"> </style> <style name="Theme.Dialog"> <item name="android:colorBackground">#FF0000</item> <item name="android:colorForeground">#00FF00</item> </style> </resources>

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Android :: Option Menu And Themes - Styles

Dec 23, 2009

Do you know if it's possible to apply a theme or a style on a OptionMenu ? I don't find tag in or R.styleable to customize it and apply a theme.

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Android :: Layout Does Not Take Text Style From Styles.xml

Dec 15, 2009

I've got a text style defined in styles.xml. I'm trying to reference it from a layout. When I reference from the layout, it causes an exception upon inflation. If I use the style from java code, it works fine. Setting the individual styles on the TextView works fine too:


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Android :: Styles - Style Does Not Work On Button

Jan 6, 2010

Im trying to figure out how to use Styles. It seems easy, but its not working.

First, here is my XML for the Button:

<Button style="@style/Btest" android:id="@+id/Button01" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:text="Some text"></Button>

And here is the values/styles.xml:


Its not working at all. If I dont use Style and just add the style directly in the XML for the Button - no problem.

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Android :: Custom Widget Styles / How To Put Into Namespace?

Sep 21, 2009

In the ApiDemos, there is a view example called Gallery1 which declares a custom style in attrs.xml.I want to do the same thing for my widgets, but using a different namespace. However, as soon as I replace the android: namespace with something else,Unable to find attribute? Why does it look for an attribute I am about to declare? Isn't the point of this file to be able to name your own custom attributes?It's interesting to note that it works if you do not supply a custom namespace, but just an attribute name.

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