problems when setting / removing color filter to image views

by Romain Guy » Thu, 29 Jan 2009 01:09:59 GMT


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 Hi,

The problem comes from a rather unknown feature of resources and
drawables. The state of several drawables that come from the same
resource is shared across all the drawables. Take this example:

Drawable d1 = getResources().getDrawable(R.drawable.my_image);
Drawable d2 = getResources().getDrawable(R.drawable.my_image);

d2.setAlpha(0); // Sets the alpha value of d2 *and* d1 to 0

The two drawables are different objects but they both use the same
"constant state" (it's the actual name of the implementation) which
contains, among other things, the alpha value, the bitmap... and the
color filter.

This behavior comes from the necessity to optimize the memory usage
and the loading times of applications. By doing so we have only one
constant state used by all buttons across all applications.






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