Positioning/Layout of the Input Method / Soft Keyboard

by tnkirk » Tue, 09 Mar 2010 01:44:11 GMT


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 Did you ever have any luck positioning the SoftKeyboard? I'm working
on a keyboard that needs to be aligned to the right side of the
screen, and haven't been able to get any of the layout options such as
gravity=right or layout_alignParentRight="true"  to work.

Tim





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