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comment Making the minimum width of a layout match the inner view's width
That's the thing... it doesn't appear to set the minimal dimension of the view. Even if I set it to a specific value (say, 100dp), the width of container1 always seems to ignore the width of its child View.
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comment Making the minimum width of a layout match the inner view's width
Maybe I'm missing something, but what you wrote seems to be pretty much the same thing I posted above... I've tried and it doesn't work. By the way, I can't share the full layout since it has a lot of custom Views. The entire code of the app is also copyrighted.
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comment Making the minimum width of a layout match the inner view's width
Sorry, I should've mentioned that my example was just a simplified version of my layout. Each container has actually more than one view - except for the first one. I've changed my question appropriately.
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revised Making the minimum width of a layout match the inner view's width
Minor grammatical corrections
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asked Making the minimum width of a layout match the inner view's width
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comment Is there a faster way to decode html characters to a string than Html.fromHtml()?
Just tried a simple benchmark a while ago. Html.fromHtml() took 27.501 seconds to finish, versus 3.015 seconds for HtmlEscape.unescapeHtml() for the exact same test batch. It's a very significant improvement indeed. Thanks for the tip!
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comment Setting up the navigation bar as transparent and dimmed at the same time
Not yet. If I find a solution I promise I'll post it here.
May
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comment Setting up the navigation bar as transparent and dimmed at the same time
Not yet... (kind of left this problem to be solved later on)
Apr
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awarded Tumbleweed
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asked Setting up the navigation bar as transparent and dimmed at the same time
Mar
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awarded Nice Question
Feb
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comment Using fb-contrib library with Gradle's FindBugs plugin
findbugs.jar is obtained automatically through the maven central repository: repositories { mavenCentral() }. Manually adding fb-contrib.jar to the folder where 'findbugs.jar' is does not seem to change anything in the output. Oddly, if I add a Maven dependency to the script above... dependencies { findbugs 'com.mebigfatguy:fbcontrib:3.4.2-hudson-1' } ...the build process just seems to get stuck while executing the 'findbugs' process. Do you think there is some sort of incompatibility between older versions of fb-contrib.jar and v2.0.3 of 'findbugs.jar'?
Feb
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asked Using fb-contrib library with Gradle's FindBugs plugin
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awarded Popular Question
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awarded Notable Question
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accepted Ellipsize not working properly for a multiline TextView with an arbitrary maximum height
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