kandi X-RAY | ShapeShifter Summary
kandi X-RAY | ShapeShifter Summary
Provides Polygon shaped imageView.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create the polygon view
- Set the image source
- Sets the border of the polygon
- Sets the border width of the polygon
- Set the rotation degree of this polygon
- Sets the scale type of the image
- Sets the sides of the polygon
- Region > draw method
- Initializes PolygonView
- Measure the image
ShapeShifter Key Features
ShapeShifter Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on ShapeShifter
How can I convert my android vector drawable to SVG? Don't mark it as duplicate question. I have already tried those methods but didn't work, what I have tried https://shapeshifter.design/ website, but actually it is good, but it gives me wrong input and output.
Suppose I have a vector...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-23 at 20:15
I have converted it without of any programm. Here is the SVG for you:
I have created an animated vector drawable from ShapeShifter.com and I am using
ImageView to test it.
The only problem is it not working. don't know what's the mistake.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-17 at 06:34
ImageView set the avd using attribute
I am doing a
ptree.put() inside a class member function.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-05 at 10:18
You have two
Writer instances :
writermember of the
SomeClassinstance created in
main. The property tree in it has
writer_member of the
SubscriberHandlerinstance created in the
SomeClassconstructor. This is a copy of the first
Writerinstance (because the
SubscriberHandlerconstructor copied it). The property tree in it has
I have a program which tries to install itself on the target machine with
uiAccess=true in the manifest.
Here is the documentation on that: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ee671610(v=vs.85).aspx
According to the documentation, this should grant the application permission to do more things while a UAC elevated application is in focus.
However, as soon as an administrative application is in focus,
false for any key that is in fact down.
This leads me to believe that the
uiAccess thing is not actually working.
Here's what I made sure is happening:
- My program is signed with a code signing certificate as per the documentation, from Comodo. It is not an EV certificate.
- The program is launched from a UAC protected path (
How can I debug
uiAccess and figure out why it is not working?
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-13 at 14:16
How can I debug uiAccess
The only real thing debuggable about it is to verify that the OS detected that you asked for it. Very easy to do and something you probably already did: don't sign the executable. With the expectation that you now can no longer start the EXE. If it does start then you know for a fact that UIPI was not disabled.
Keyboard.IsKeyDown returns false
That is the expected behavior and something that disabling UIPI does not fix. This WPF property uses GetKeyState() under the hood. Quite a notorious function at SO with many victims and very few usable answers. Keyboard state and input handling is per-process (technically per input queue), only the process that has a window in the foreground can expect to see keypresses. Fixing that requires using the winapi function that Raymond Chen loves to hate on, AttachThreadInput(). With the expectation that with UIPI disabled it no longer fails with error 5 (aka access denied).
Very hard to use correctly, beyond Raymond's concerns, since you need to track which window is in the foreground. I can't tell why you need it, but surely you'd favor SetWindowsHookEx() or RegisterHotKey(), perhaps UI Automation as supported by the System.Windows.Automation namespace.
I've used ShapeShifter to create an animation vector drawable which perform some trim path and some path data change.
Here's the result:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jun-28 at 11:33
First the easy part. Path morphing for AnimatedVectorDrawables was only added to the support library in version 25.4.0 (release notes). So for your pathData animations where nothing is happening you just need to updated the support library version you are using.
As for your "bilancia" problem, this is an issue to do with the way AnimatedVectorDrawables handle trimPath when there is more than one moveTo command (
M). You can find an issue filed here. Basically your path is drawing two lines and when combining this with trimPath it doesn't work very well. I'd suggest splitting the two lines in "bilancia" into two separate paths and animating those instead.
This configuration creates an artifact for a website that needs to get published. This is because it only seems to be possible for AppVeyor to do Web Deploy using an artifact, and not a path.
This poses a problem, because my website (before it gets deployed), needs to write some secret values (like API secrets for a Patreon API) down into a file before deploying to production using Web Deploy. But if I do this before creating the artifacts, the secrets will be part of the artifact as well.The questions
How can I set specific configuration values that my website application can read without exposing it to the viewers of the build configuration and yet still deploy it to production using AppVeyor?
If I could deploy a path instead of an artifact I could mutate the files before deploying, but since an artifact is public to everyone, I don't want to do that. Is this possible?
Alternatively it would be great if I could hide artifacts from others or prevent them from being shown via permissions or something similar, but I haven't found anything that allows me to do that. Is this possible?What I've tried and more technical details
I have already encrypted the values in my
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Apr-17 at 21:11
Please take a look at Web Deploy Parametrization
As a simplified example, suppose I have a dataset composed of 40 sorted values. The values of this example are all integers, though this is not necessarily the case for the actual dataset....
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Mar-30 at 11:01
Here's a generalized way to reshape with truncation:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use ShapeShifter 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 ShapeShifter 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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