change size of controls in a layout

by dillipk » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 03:32:36 GMT


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 Hi,
  How do I change the size of the controls placed in a layout? (by any
method)

 I tried to change the height of an EditBox ->setHeight(10); doesn't
seem to work.

Thank you,

-DK

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change size of controls in a layout

by social hub » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 03:46:09 GMT


 did u call requestLayout()
or invalidate()

if that doesnt work try below
textView.getLayoutParams().height = x;
requestLayout();
should work





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change size of controls in a layout

by karteek » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 12:22:01 GMT


 If you declared EditText in xml file you can change by
<EditText android:layout_width="50px"
          android:layout_height="50px">
</EditText>
  where you can use any nuber instead of 50



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change size of controls in a layout

by ~ TreKing » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 21:58:49 GMT


 



You should use "dp" to stay consistent across devices with different
resolutions, unless this is definitely what you want.

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