Animation Styles

by skink » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 05:33:46 GMT

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i tried to use my popupWindow with some enter/exit animations - it has
setAnimationStyle() method for that purpose.

after some time i realized i cannot use my own custom animation styles
which is ok but a bit limiting. so i tried system ones: works ok, but

looking at xml definition files i found that Toast animation uses
simple alpha animation and Dialog animation is a set of alpha combined
wit scale animation.

is it a problem for WindowManager to deal with complex animations?



Animation Styles

by skink » Mon, 02 Mar 2009 22:57:50 GMT


actually, today i tried all* animation styles and
none of them but seems to work.

i cannot just belive that there is only one enter/exit animation that
can be used for PopupWindow or any other Window.

any hints?


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Animation Styles

by skink » Tue, 03 Mar 2009 02:20:33 GMT


or maybe there are some other styles apart from*
that can i use?

unfortunately official docs are not very detailed on this topic...


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