"stroke" in a shape layout

by Christine » Mon, 10 Nov 2008 18:40:12 GMT


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 Is there a special trick to the "stroke" attribute of a shape in an
xml file? It doesn't want to show. Stroke does refer to the width of
the line surrounding the box, doesn't it?

Also, while it's easy to have a button on the left of the screen and a
textview to the right that fills up the remaining space, I can't seem
to find a way to have a button to the right of the screen and have a
TextView fill up the space on the left. I've tried both TableView and
RelativeView with all kinds of attributes. Does anyone know how to do
that?
Thanks in advance.


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