kandi X-RAY | whater Summary
kandi X-RAY | whater Summary
Water ripples implementation for Android
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initialize Rippler
- Creates and initializes all the resources used to fill the background
- Creates a bitmap
- Region Override
- Generates a new frame
- Disturb the specified point
- Called when a surface is destroyed
- Create a new game thread
- Ignore touch events
- Starts the game thread
- Called when the ball is created
- Draw the background
- Reset width and height
- Invoked when a thread is destroyed
- Set the size of the bitmap
- Handle touch event
- Set the water view
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Trending Discussions on whater
I have a big set of data formatted likely in this way:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-22 at 04:16
This is works almost perfectly fine, but there are some issue with show and hide.
When I click on
How and after that I click on
What and then I click on
How it show
How children and
What children as well, it should no do that.
And if I click on
How and then
1.s and then I click on
What I would like to hide the third column as well, I do not have any idea, who could I possibly do that.
This code would be something like a menu system....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-13 at 16:30
In the below snippet I used the approach of first hiding everything, then show the one thing you need to show. I first hid every child of .second than shown the one item clicked. Same for third. Note. that hiding all .third children ment that it is needed to first show the one .third child before you can search it's children.
By default the
div is hided. But if I click on the
li element I would like to get that class name, and find that class name in the
div and show it.
Let assume that I click on
How, then it should show
HowI class name
div. But after that I could click on
li element in the
div, the it should hide the
HowI class, and show
At the jQuery code, I had made an
alert and it give me the appropriate class name when I click on the
li element, but it does not show the appropriate
second div elements, so I assume that the following code have some problem
$(".second").find(firstClass).show();. I have no idea what could be the problem
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-13 at 12:04
You have more than one problem here. First of all, your click gets triggered if you click on any li element. So you first have to find out which li was clicked. This can be done by checking the parents but I would prefer to give the clickable li elements an id. So its much easier to work with
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