Different transparency support on diff devices!?

by SweX » Tue, 17 May 2011 07:09:01 GMT


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 I've got Superpad 3 android tablet with 2.2 on board, and I'm
developing my apps on it, but recently got stupid bug dnt know how to
fix..bug is:
It doesn't show transparent elements above video eq SurfaceView or
VideoView, just greyscale region depends transperancy percentage. On
my HTC Hero same elements handles fine. Where is the problem and how
can I fix it!? Thanks

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Re: Different transparency support on diff devices!?

by kmiecikt91 » Thu, 19 May 2011 22:32:53 GMT


 Hi,

I would first have a look at cupple of xml files in frameworks/core/res/res/
folder, to see if things can be tuned. But this is only my 2 cents.

Bye

2011/5/15 SweX <swe...@gmail.com>


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Re: Different transparency support on diff devices!?

by hedwin » Fri, 20 May 2011 15:31:54 GMT


 Best to put it on the android-platform mailing list, better chance of people
being able to help.





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