horizontal view increasing the size of a text box

by green hoodlum » Sat, 14 May 2011 11:57:37 GMT


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 Hi,

i'm currently attempting to work out how to have 4 text boxes, 2 per
row. i don't have a problem implementing this with a tablelayout/
tablerow where the text boxes of equal sizes.

i.e:

box1  box2
box3  box4

what i'd like to try is to have the 4th box to be a larger size.


so for instance either:

box1  box2
box3  box4   <--the height of box4 stretches to the end of  the
screen



OR:

box1     box4  <-- box4 spans the width of box1-3
box2
box3




any advice is appreciated.

gh

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Re: horizontal view increasing the size of a text box

by TreKing » Sun, 15 May 2011 03:54:20 GMT


 




Use RelativeLayout.

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