AutoCompleteTextView in 1.5 SDK

by Daniel » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 01:07:59 GMT

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 My app consists of a dialog-style activity with only one
In 1.1 the drop-down list of the AutoCompleteTextView was drawn down
till the bottom of the screen. But now in 1.5, it is only drawn down
to the bottom of the dialog box. So the drop-down list is only a few
Is this the intended behaviour now?
Why does it work in the Google Search widget?


AutoCompleteTextView in 1.5 SDK

by Jeff Sharkey » Wed, 29 Apr 2009 01:13:04 GMT

 It might be watching window boundaries now to make it doesn't overlap
any IME/IMF panel windows.


Jeff Sharkey


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