Displaying the Image in the screen center using Canvas

by Nandagopal T » Thu, 21 Apr 2011 03:17:53 GMT


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 I am using the canvas to display an image in Android. I want an image
to occupy the center of the screen irrespective of the sizes of the
screen. So how could i achieve it.

This is the snippet that i tried with, Please let me know your ideas
too.

@Override
        protected void onDraw(Canvas canvas) {
        ..........
            ..........
             // This moves the image to right end of the view.
            sampleImage.draw(canvas,getWidth(),getHeight());
            // Tried with this code too, but not getting the image at
the center of the screen.
            sampleImage.draw(canvas,getWidth()/2 - imageWidth/
2 ,getHeight()/2 - imageHeight/2);

            ..........
            ..........


Thank you


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Re: Displaying the Image in the screen center using Canvas

by Kromosome » Thu, 21 Apr 2011 09:58:53 GMT


 Check this out:

 http://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/LinearLayout.html 

Look under the XML Attributes heading!




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Re: Displaying the Image in the screen center using Canvas

by Tuan.B » Fri, 22 Apr 2011 03:39:25 GMT


 My guess is you want to draw it on the center of the screen, in your
code you refer to the canvas position, then the code you provided will
centered the sample image according to the canvas... so it depend on
how you declared you View referred by your canvas.





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