kandi X-RAY | BaseDialog Summary
kandi X-RAY | BaseDialog Summary
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- Setup the animation for the current ring
- Apply the finish rotation
- Compute a color change value
- Called when a button is clicked
- Starts the animation
- Show the progress indicator
- Called when the activity is created
- Sets the status bar to the saved state
- Hide the progress
- Stop the ring
- Set status bar to Transparent
- Get screen height
- Draw the ring
- Method to replace a single fragment
- Hide status bar
- Invoked when the application has been granted
- Checks if animation is running
- Checks if event is within view range
- Set animation type
- Get the screen width
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I'm finishing up the last bits of the login and signup screens of my app, but I am running into an error when I use backspace to log the user out of the dashboard.
It's actually very situational. If I was to...
- Start on the main menu page
- Sign in
- Log out from the dashboard by doing
pushnamedandRemoveUntilwhen the user presses the back key on their phone
- repeat steps 1-3
...then everything works perfectly. But if I pressed the back key on the main menu(which would cause the app to go to sleep because there is no screen to go back to), reopen the app on my phone, and repeat steps 1-3, then I will get an error that says...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-11 at 11:47
I think the best way to solve this problem is by using
Navigator.of(context).pushReplacement() from your login screen to your dashboard/main screen because when you do that, you will be replacing the first route of the stack (which was the login) for the main screen and when you press the back button, you just need to do
Navigator.pop(context) and it will close the app. The same thing will work for the logout, you can just use
Navigator.of(context).pushReplacement() to the login screen again.
I write an Bot with Microsoft Botframework. In the newest version I got a problem with an extra new line on text prompts.
I want to display text like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-11 at 05:21
So one of my co-workers did the task and got a solution to the problem.
These is the code to eliminate the extra new lines:
BaseDialog.resx Wenn Sie Ihre Eingabe so präzise wie möglich formulieren, kann ich Sie am besten verstehen und eine passende Antwort finden.
Disclaimer: This code was written by another developer, previously on the project and I can't change it - I'm not allowed too.
What I'm trying to do is get the name of the parent(?) function within
Is it possible?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-May-18 at 14:08
let callerName = arguments.callee.caller.name.toString();
console.log("caller is " + callerName );
I've had a subclass of
android.support.v4.app.DialogFragment) in my app that worked fine for a long time. The dialog itself was constructed in
Now, however, I want to transition to a new dialogs layout and decided to construct a completely customized dialog. To my best knowledge, this requires removing override of
onCreateDialog() and inflating a
View hierarchy in
onCreateView() callback. I did so.
The resulting behavior is very strange - when the dialog needs to be shown, the screen dims, but the layout of the dialog is not shown (the behavior of "back" button is also consistent with dialog's functionality):
I tried to revert back to the old implementation (which uses
onCreateDialog() callback) - it still works.
My question is: what am I doing wrong?
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-23 at 21:07
I ended up with this workaround, but I'd still want to understand WTF:
I planned and made a modal and then created a button to close the modal window.
I wanted to change the value of
$emit as an event of the button.
$emit's event was not delivered to "Home.vue"
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-24 at 11:00
Since two-way binding is deprecated in Vue2 + child cannot mutate props directly
Likely another approach
custom component with v-model
I put reference below: vuejs update parent data from child component
I am writing a bot and I want to create a step by step help system. I setup a dictionary that allow each dialog to overwrite the help text for each step in it:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-01 at 14:33
You can get the current step index as well as the dialog name, so you should be able to create a unique identifier from that information (as long as you didn't name all the dialogs "waterfallDialog" from the example like I did!). I'm using node but I'm assuming getting the data from your stepContext is similar or the same.
- The dialog name can be found at
- The step index can be found at
I can't recall if you can end up with nested dialogs inside a waterfall dialog. I know your main/outer context will have the whole stack, but I think you'll always just have the one element inside your particular waterfall. That said, the current dialog should be the last one the stack, so accessing it as
stepContext.stack.length-1 should work in either case. In the event the current dialog is at element 0, obviously you could just access it as such.
So long as your waterfall dialog names are unique, you'd end up with identifiers like waterfallDialog0, waterfallDialog1, etc. that you could then map in your dictionary to help texts.
It occurred to me you might be trying to access this from outside the waterfall dialog. In that case you should still be able to get that from your outer dialog context. You would likely have to use a recursive function to get it, something like
My Dialog fragment is like below code....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Oct-03 at 14:43
I'm trying to test a BaseDialog component that uses VueI18n for translations with vue-test-utils. I cannot get the test to run do the the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-01 at 02:02
The problem was I was referencing
this in the props. Props are processed before the component is instantiated and therefore I had no access to
this. It's always the little things that make you bash your head into the wall hahaha.
I don't understand why Typescript can't properly infer the types in the following case that involves inference from type parameters. (This question is similar to TypeScript type inference issue but is a somewhat different case. The answer may be the same, though, that I'm just out of luck!)...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Nov-23 at 15:12
You ca use a conditional type to extract type
R parameter from the base type. You will need to use the
R type in some way for this to work :
I'm writing socket client-server console application. I want to enable standart user input on the server and at the same time to communicate with clients. To achieve this all system.out.println, and scanner.scan, I've replaced with interfaces IScanner, IPrinter and implement them with CLIScanner/Printer and SocketReader/Printer.
All CLI actions are in classes that extends BaseDialog, which use one of IScanner/Printer implementations. Here the code of BaseDialog....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Nov-24 at 14:59
It's quite simple: your scanner and printer are static, which means they're not bound to your BaseDialog object, but only have a single reference per JVM. Remove the
static keyword and you're good to go.
If they absolutely must be static (which I would consider a design flaw in this case), you could consider using ThreadLocal:
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You can use BaseDialog 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 BaseDialog 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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