Dynamically extend the height of the ListView row background image?

by javame_android » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 18:57:07 GMT


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 Hi,

Just to make it more clear, I want to have some text displayed at the
bottom of the image. An example of the view that I want is as below.

 -------------------------------------------------------
|  "Certain content goes here"                      |
|
|
|
|
|  "some text"                                                |
--------------------------------------------------------

What I want is that image should extend itself if the content is more
than the height of the image. For this reason, I have used .9.png
image but no success. Also, the text at the bottom should always be at
the bottom.

First I was using "?android:attr/listPreferredItemHeight" this to set
the height of listview row. When I tried with wrap_content then the
height is increasing according to the contents but then the content
that I wish to have at the bottom don't remain at the bottom.

Can someone now let me know what may be the issue?


Regards
Sunil

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Dynamically extend the height of the ListView row background image?

by Kumar Bibek » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 20:01:24 GMT


 I think there's something wrong with your layout. Put some lines of
the xml and we will try to figure out your problem.

Thanks and Regards,
Kumar Bibek



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