Please explain View.addFocusables

by Nigel » Thu, 03 Sep 2009 18:36:18 GMT

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 I'm creating a custom component.  The child components are not acting
as expected in regard to my custom components re-acting with its

On investigations to solve this I came across View.addFocusables and
View.addTouchables.  These may help me, but I'm not really sure how
they're intended to be used.  Can anyone provide a better description,
or example, of how these are intended to be used?  A dig around on
Google revealed nothing :-(...

Any explanation - or links to pages I couldn't find - much

Cheers - Nigel

Please explain View.addFocusables

by Nigel » Fri, 04 Sep 2009 16:48:29 GMT

 addFocusables was on the wrong track.  The solution was much more

My custom component was derived from View.  It needed to be derived
from one of the ViewGroup classes - in my case FrameLayout.



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