I want to develop a calendar application in android with the use of gridview which can scroll horizontally. so when we scroll horizontally the the the month of the calendar changed.
on 01/15/2013 – Made popular on 01/15/2013
I am currently facing with a task that I am not sure how to accomplish. Any guidance on this would be very appreciated. I am trying to make a ViewPager scroll horizontally when the user scrolls vertically.
I am having a problem with designing a layout. What I am after is a set of images on the left side of the screen which can scroll vertically and on the right side a set of say TextViews where that can scroll horizontally and vertically.
I created the calendar dynamically in grid view by inflating the cell from another activity. The reason I used dynamic calendar was because the user has got multiple calendar application on their device. So, calling android calendar through explicit intent is not that much good and also we cant able to customize the calendar as we wish.
I am using a Microsoft Comfort Optical Mouse 3000. When I boot Windows 7, the scroll wheel can be used to scroll horizontally just by pushing it to the left or right. Doing this in Ubuntu just scrolls the page up and down, which is kind of redundant. How can I make the wheel scroll sideways?
(Note: I am not talking about clicking the middle button and scrolling that way.)
I have configured OwnCloud on my server. Thanks to the very good Android CalDav Sync app, I can now keep my calendar on OwnCloud in sync with Google Calendar on my Android devices. It is easy to set up and works very well.
less already uses j/k for vertical scrolling, but not h/l for horizontal scrolling (in --ch mode). The l key isn't bound to anything anyway, and h is just a synonym for H, so I wouldn't overwrite any important bindings.