Black spinner in progressbar

by fr4gus » Fri, 20 Aug 2010 02:17:35 GMT

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 Hi all,

I want to use a small spinner for an indeterminate progress bar. So I
added this to my screen:

                android:layout_height="wrap_content" />

But it shows a white spinner. I looked at SDK folder, and I saw there
is also a black spinner. Is it possible to indicate to user the black
spinner instead of white spinner?.

I want an "elegant" form of using that spinner that already exists in
Android, but looks I may have to copy the image to my proyect and
create the animation, and set it in "indeterminate drawable"

Any ideas?

Thanks in advance for any help.


Black spinner in progressbar

by Gon莽alo Ferreira » Fri, 27 Aug 2010 02:52:20 GMT

 Check out here: #progressBarStyleInverse

Just change the style attributes for one of those in the link.
The attributes with the suffix Inverse are black spinners, usually for
a light background.


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Black spinner in progressbar

by Gon莽alo Ferreira » Fri, 27 Aug 2010 02:52:25 GMT

 Check out here. #progressBarStyleInverse

Just change the style for one of those in that link.
The attributes with the suffix Inverse are black spinners, usually for
light backgrounds.


Black spinner in progressbar

by fr4gus » Tue, 31 Aug 2010 00:27:36 GMT

 Thanks! :)


Black spinner in progressbar

by Gon莽alo Ferreira » Tue, 07 Sep 2010 19:14:19 GMT

 Just an update relating to this subject.

The color of the the spinners depends on the theme you're using.
So when you use a Black theme (default) the Inverse Spinners will be
white and vice-versa, not exactly the way i said before.


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