suspend layout method in Android

by dave » Wed, 01 Sep 2010 05:19:21 GMT


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 Hello,

I am trying to take control of the repainting of the view components.
I know in windows mobile sdk, there is a method of suspending layout,
and after the components are placed well, I can call resume layout
then to pain the whole screen in one shot.

Are there similar API in android SDK, or other ways to do it ?

Thank you very much.

Dave

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