Horizontal RadioGroup

by kaloer » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 12:14:20 GMT


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 Hi!
I'm new to Android Developing, and don't know how to list the
RadioButtons in a RadioGroup horizontal instead of the default
vertical way.

Default it is like this:
(o) XX
(o) XX
(o) XX

How can i do this:
(o) X (o) X (o) X

I am doing the layout in code, so please answer using that instead of
xml :-)

Best Regards
Kaloer

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Horizontal RadioGroup

by Ralf » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 13:49:55 GMT


 RadioGroup inherits from LinearLayout, so you should be able to simply
use android:orientation="horizontal" in your XML or the corresponding
java code (disclaimer: I've never tried to do so, but it seems
logical)

R/




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Horizontal RadioGroup

by kaloer » Mon, 13 Apr 2009 15:33:19 GMT


 Thank you,
I already had tried the getOrientation method, but did not know how to
use it. But i found out, that you simply write getOrientation(0) for
horizontal and getOrientation(1) for vertical :-)

//Kaloer
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