cPanel Web Hosting Controls Give End Users the Power of Reliable & Affordable Web Hosting Services

by David Smith » Wed, 09 Dec 2009 19:42:10 GMT


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Other Threads

1. Nested dialog and have a child dialog return a string to update EditText file in Parent Dialog, is this possible?

How to do this part correctly?
// Start How do I do this part correction?

                                        EditText ppString = (EditText)
layout1.findViewById(R.id.p_string);
                                        ppString.setText(pString);

// End How do I do this part correction?

I try to put in handler -> runInUIThread seems that I cannot declare
layout1.findViewById(R.id.p_string), if I use only
findViewById(R.id.p_string) I can run but crash.

What I want to do is to have user input a form display as dialog
format, pressing a button will start a child dialog (dialog2)
accepting some radio button to generate a String result to update and
display a EditText field in Dialog1.

Is this possible? How do I do it?

---code---
        @Override
    protected Dialog onCreateDialog(int id) {
        switch (id) {
                case ADD_DIALOG_ID:
                LayoutInflater inflater1 = (LayoutInflater)
getSystemService(Context.LAYOUT_INFLATER_SERVICE);
                final View layout1 =
inflater1.inflate(R.layout.add_pwd, (ViewGroup)
findViewById(R.id.content0));
                final AlertDialog.Builder builder1 = new
AlertDialog.Builder(this);

                final Button genButton = (Button)
layout1.findViewById(R.id.genpass_button);

                genButton.setOnClickListener(new
Button.OnClickListener() {
                                @Override
                                public void onClick(View v) {
                                        showDialog(GEN_DIALOG_ID);

// Start How do I do this part correction?

                                        EditText ppString = (EditText)
layout1.findViewById(R.id.p_string);
                                        ppString.setText(pString);

// End How do I do this part correction?

                                }
                        });

                builder1.setView(layout1);
                // Now configure the AlertDialog
                builder1.setTitle(R.string.app_name);
                AlertDialog newPDialog = builder1.create();
                return newPDialog;

                case GEN_DIALOG_ID:
                        Main.this.removeDialog(ADD_DIALOG_ID);
                LayoutInflater inflater2 = (LayoutInflater)
getSystemService(Context.LAYOUT_INFLATER_SERVICE);
                final View layout2 =
inflater2.inflate(R.layout.generate_pwd, (ViewGroup)
findViewById(R.id.generate_pwd));
                final AlertDialog.Builder builder2 = new
AlertDialog.Builder(this);

                RadioGroup radioGroup = (RadioGroup)
layout2.findViewById(R.id.password_type);
                radioGroup.setOnCheckedChangeListener(new
OnCheckedChangeListener()
                {
                                @Override
                    public void onCheckedChanged(RadioGroup group, int
checkedId) {
                        //---displays the ID of the RadioButton that
is checked---
                        switch (checkedId) {
                        case R.id.this:
                            ToastBox("Lowercase");
                            Type = "-l";
                                break;
                        case R.id.that:
                            ToastBox("Uppercase");
                            passwordType = "-u";
                                break;
                        }
                    }
                });

                builder2.setView(layout2);
                // Now configure the AlertDialog
                builder2.setTitle(R.string.sword_type);

                builder2.setPositiveButton(android.R.string.ok, new
DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
                        public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int
whichButton) {
                        try {
                                final EditText pLength = (EditText)
layout2.findViewById(R.id.p_length);
                                ppLength =
Integer.parseInt(pLength.getText().toString());
                                                        pString = 
PGenerator.GetRandomP(pType, pLength);
                                                } catch (Exception e) {
                                                        // TODO Auto-generated 
catch block
                                                        e.printStackTrace();
                                                }
                                                
Main.this.removeDialog(GEN_DIALOG_ID);
                                                showDialog(ADD_DIALOG_ID);
                        }
                });

                builder2.setNegativeButton(android.R.string.cancel, new
DialogInterface.OnClickListener() {
                        public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int
whichButton) {
                                // We forcefully dismiss and remove the Dialog, 
so it
                                // cannot be used again (no cached info)
                                Main.this.removeDialog(GENPASSWORD_DIALOG_ID);
                        }
                });

                AlertDialog genPasswordDialog = builder2.create();
                return genPasswordDialog;
        }
                return null;
        }

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2. Contact Icons

I want to reuse those icons displayed by the Contacts app that
represent the different types of Contact.
Ie Contacts->Create Contact asks "Save contact to" and gives options
like Phone, SIM, Google which each have an icon.

I've searched through the SDK and even through the source but I can't
find anything like the 3 icons displayed.

The Phone contact icon is a white phone on a green background.
The SIM icon is a green SIM card with gold contacts.
And the Google icon is a white lower case 'g' on a black background.

Are these icons common to all phones or are they specific the Galaxy
S?

Does anyone known where I can find them?

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3. UI Monkey questions

4. launching child preference screen when we start activity

5. LG Ally, Windows Vista, downloaded USB 3, but ADB does not show on Device Manager

6. minimum ram to run Android 2.2

7. Record audio problem on the LG Ally