kandi X-RAY | android-imageview Summary
kandi X-RAY | android-imageview Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initialize the activity
- Initialize views
- Set the round radius
- Set the type of the item
- Region Drawable
- Set bitmap shader
- Convert drawable to Bitmap
- Initialize view
- On measure
- Convert dp to dp
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I'm having issues with Picasso displaying some pictures in the wrong orientation and others in the right one. I have this one rotated: https://imgur.com/BBSKFJm . I've seen threads like this one: Picasso displays in wrong orientation and this one: Why image auto rotate when set to Imageview with Picasso where it's recommended to either use Compressor from https://github.com/zetbaitsu/Compressor or to manually rotate it.
I was hoping for one that just undoes the weird rotation for a standard recycler view carousel experience pulling from uris. I'd also be open to techniques to keep it uniform such as to crop the images in a recyclerview to deal with the potential issue of the proportions causing this: Android ImageView Displaying Rotated Images Although Source Is Not Rotated....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-19 at 07:54
I faced a problem like this, and I solved it with the Glide library.
I have currently implemented a custom class that implements AppCompatImageView, OnGestureListener, and OnDoubleTapListener to build my own ImageView that has pinch to zoom, Double to Zoom in/out with the help of this article https://daveson.medium.com/android-imageview-double-tap-and-pinch-zoom-with-multi-touch-gestures-in-kotlin-1559a5dd4a69
What I am missing here is that when the user double taps on the corner of the image then the image is Zoomed towards the center of the image by default. How do I ensure the double-tap takes the tap coordinates into consideration to zoom towards that coordinate.
Here is my TouchImageView class...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-10 at 05:40
Did you tried https://github.com/MikeOrtiz/TouchImageView I could imagine that it has all your required features and it's well maintained
My setup is a
LinearLayout that contains either an
AppCompatImageView in which I display a vector drawable or a
TextView in which I show an emoji. I set the
background of the layout via xml to
android:background="#FF0000" which makes it appear red. The problem is both the displayed icon and the emoji are tinted red now. The image below shows two instances of this (two times the parent layout, once with the
ImageView and once with the
The xml that produces this (ok, almost, but the problem is there):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-31 at 17:31
I was able to reproduce the issue with the TextView. It seems to happen because the text color from the default theme has an alpha component that is less than 100%, which then also gets applied to emojis. So the "tint" can be avoided by assigning any text color with 100% alpha (or no alpha component).
For the ImageView I suspect is has to do with the drawable resource itself. If your backspace icon is a vector drawable you could also add the code to your post or check its fill color value.
As you can see in my code below, today I need to create for each checkbox a setOnClickListener, but I'd like to make only one and set this method for all my checkboxes, this way, I could simplify my code. With an activity, I was able to do that as you can see in the second code example:
Take a look at my code first code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-20 at 15:26
You can do something like this :
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-09 at 13:05
Setting the width and height by itself will not trigger a layout of the widget. Either a layout pass is already scheduled which will be true if your code is in the
onCreate() method of an activity or there is another piece of code that triggers the layout. For example, if, in addition to setting the width and height, you also set the scale type the method to set the scale type will trigger the layout.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Dec-05 at 23:46
You are seeing "Field requires API 21" Studio lint errors for the following lines of code the app aborts when running on Lollipop.
I'm trying to create an app that can move an
ImageView on your device like dragging and when I put like 75% of the
ImageView out of the screen show a
Toast for example. I've been reading about
onTouchListener and I've followed this question, but it doesn't convince me.
My current code is :...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Oct-17 at 12:38
I was searching for a way to display a very large scrollable image (3700x2400) at full size with ZoomIn/ZoomOut functionality.
The following question gave me a perfect solution: Android imageView Zoom-in and Zoom-Out...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Feb-09 at 11:05
You can get the top left corner of your Imageview as mentioned below:
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You can use android-imageview 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-imageview 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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