Stop activity animation problem?

by sagare » Wed, 04 Aug 2010 03:09:01 GMT


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 Hi All,
   I want dont want the activity animation that comes by default when
we start a new activity (i.e. the right to left scrolling effect to
new activity view) so i googled a bit and found a flag
FLAG_ACTIVITY_NO_ANIMATION in the Intent class also i applied that
flag to my intent via the setflags() method but somehow i still see
the activity animation when a new actvity is launced ( i am developing
in android 2.1 update).

     Please help me in this regards?
Thanks,
Sagar

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Stop activity animation problem?

by sagare » Wed, 04 Aug 2010 13:26:06 GMT


 Hi All,

  Please help me with this.

Thanks,
Sagar




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Stop activity animation problem?

by metal mikey » Wed, 04 Aug 2010 14:52:51 GMT


 Can you make up your mind whether you want it or don't want it? Can't
have it all :/





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Stop activity animation problem?

by sagare » Wed, 04 Aug 2010 15:18:26 GMT


 Hi Metal,
   Defiantely i dont want the animation but the flag
FLAG_ACTIVITY_NO_ANIMATION even after setting is not working anyone
please help.

Thanks,
Sagar






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Stop activity animation problem?

by sagare » Wed, 04 Aug 2010 18:12:38 GMT


 Hi Android experts waiting for your replies.

Thanks,
Sagar







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Stop activity animation problem?

by sagare » Thu, 05 Aug 2010 21:22:05 GMT


 replies?

Thanks,
Sagar








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