Radio buttons' and checkboxes' text goes behind the buttons themselves?

by NTR » Sun, 06 Apr 2008 23:54:49 GMT


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 When I have the contents of the Activity on a 9-patch background with
background padding, the texts in the radio buttons and checkboxes go
behind the buttons. Has anyone else experienced this? Is the only
workaround to create a separate TextView for each of those?

See the screenshot:  http://users.tkk.fi/ ~eptanska/radiobuttonproblem.png
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Radio buttons' and checkboxes' text goes behind the buttons themselves?

by NTR » Mon, 07 Apr 2008 00:00:06 GMT


 Also, some views like the MapView and WebView seem to disregard the
background padding if they don't have any padding themselves. If they
do have padding, their own padding is disregarded, but the background
padding works.

And, if I have a horizontal LinearLayout and put an element in the
middle of it, with horizontal FILL_PARENT, the elements on the right
of it won't be shown. For workaround, I've set the horizontal span to
WRAP_CONTENT, but weight to 1.0f.



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