Apply a style to a group of TableRow entries

by Eelco » Mon, 16 Aug 2010 13:46:13 GMT


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 I want to apply a style to a group of TableRows without loosing the
alignment of the enclosing TableLayout.

Does anybody have a suggestion for this? I have been looking for a way
to 'connect' 2 TableLayouts so that they share the same alignment of
their columns, but did not find anything. And everything else just
messes up the layout of the table.

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Hi,
I want to set the id of a Button equal to "switch".
Ie I simply add the following code in the xml-file:
   <Button
        android:layout_width="fill_parent"
        android:layout_height="wrap_content"
        android:text="switch"
        android:id="@+id/switch"
        />
After that aapt gives me the following error:
[2011-03-15 11:42:58 - TestAndDevProject] /opt/dev/android-2.2/android-
sdk-linux_86/platform-tools/aapt: /lib/libz.so.1: no version
information available (required by /opt/dev/android-2.2/android-sdk-
linux_86/platform-tools/aapt)
[2011-03-15 11:42:58 - TestAndDevProject] /home/ar/workspace-
android-2.2/TestAndDevProject/res/layout/testview_activity_layout.xml:
37: error: invalid symbol: 'switch'

Ie I can not assign value "switch" for the id-field when declaring
View.
If I write "switch0" or something else, then the error will not.

my sdk details: Android Platform SDK 2.2 API 8.

Of course, the value of "switch" to me is not essential, but I would
like to know this is a bug or a feature? :)

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I have some images in my res/drawable folder. Let's say img1.png,
img2.png and img3.png

I am currently creating an int array of these image IDs in Java like
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int[] imgIds = {R.drawable.img1, R.drawable.img2, R.drawable.img3};

Instead is it possible to create an int arr in one of res/values files
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        <item>@drawable/img2</item>
        <item>@drawable/img3</item>
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and then access it in Java via
getResources().getIntArray(R.array.ing_id_arr) ?

Thanks.

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