kandi X-RAY | Android-Scroll Summary
kandi X-RAY | Android-Scroll Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Scroll view
- Implements the mouse click
- Start a move animation
- On touch events
- Start moving anim animation
- Notify the status listener
- Initialize the background
- Gets the height of the screen
- Returns the width in pixels
- Initialize the view
- Dismiss the view
- Computes the scroll offset
- Handles the login page button down
- Intercept the touch event
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Trending Discussions on Android-Scroll
ScrollView seems to override click events on the dynamically created views inside the layout
dynamic_content inside it, I have been trying to implement a custom
ScrollView. However, my app keeps crashing and giving the error "Error inflating class", and "Didn't find class "..." on path".
Here is the xml file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jan-03 at 16:06
In general, it is a good idea to put custom view subclasses in their own
.java files. It looks like your
CustomScrollView class might be an inner class of
MainActivity.java; try moving it to
CustomScrollView.java as a standalone class.
Note that if you do this, you'll have to update your layout
tags, since they currently reference
I have certain widgets in
LinearLayout which is a child of
ScrollView. The problem is that the first widget in this case, the widget named "Title 1" is not visible it goes beyond the screen size as seen in this image,
I have tried the following but still it does not show my Title 1.
Added an attribute
ScrollViewbut it did not work.
center_horizontal | center_vertical) attribute but it didn't work.
This question was specific to the OP's design Android ScrollView fillViewport not working and did not help much.
Note: I want the widget visible by not using any margin/padding attributes.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-04 at 10:18
Remove the TabLayout, then the first TextView will appear. The problem is that you use the TabLayout wrong
I need to use a
layout that consists of some
EditTexts and a linear of
Buttons at the bottom, but the problem is when the soft keyboard is out, the layout doesn't
scroll and it hides the
Buttons' linear completely and the main linear
(@+id/main) goes out of the screen!
Here's a recap of my layout:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Dec-21 at 08:07
Try this :
I have a problem with EggsToGo (swipe left/right effect) listener in a ListView control. I had problem HERE and found the problem with EggsToGo exactly with a ListView listener... when I have a listener on my ListView so the ScrollView doesnt work there.... Is there some solution how I can make EggsToGo listener on view that will work on ListView?
My test project is HERE - the problem is in the FirstFragment (First view). When I have a listener on listview, the scrollview doesnt work. But when I don't have a listener, the swipe doesn't work....
Here is code my view:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Sep-07 at 06:50
When I have a listener on listview, the scrollview doesnt work. But when I don't have a listener, the swipe doesn't work
It has something wrong with
OnTouch method, I dont know its logic but you could do it by yourself in
OnTouch to implement this feature.
You could use
SetOnTouchListener method for your whole
FirstFragment layout, and implement your logic in your
OnTouch method, here is my code :
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You can use Android-Scroll like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the Android-Scroll component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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