for instance, i made imageview on XML, and i like to make like this.
when I click that image, image is change to another image.
so I want to make image button, how can i do like this?
I have a horizontalscrollview, which contains an imageview that is 2000px long. So, the background of the activity is essentially scrollable. There are buttons to click on that change position every 2 second and move all across the map. After the user presses a button I want another Image to appear.
I have downloaded image from url to sd card. It is shown as normal thumbnail image in sd card but when i click it to view it a message is shown Could not load image also the image is not displayable in imageview. The image was downloaded with the help of Async Task. Now i want to check first if image is displayable or not. If not delete it and redownload it.
I am doing a photo editing function that kinda works like a water mark.
The user selects the image A. After the image is selected, the user can select another image B to populate on top of the image A and they can move the image B around while image A is still static at the back.
After the placement of image B is done, the user can merge both image into one and save it as a single image.
so I'm trying to find the region of the current image in the ImageView and fill that region with a different image. Here is the original image Empty Circle inside an imageView. The imageView has a drawable of a circle inside. Then I'm trying to make it into something like this Circle filled with image inside an ImageView when a user chooses an image.
I had big plans for a custom sleeving job, but time is not on my side. This has been sitting for some time now and I figured someone else can use it better than I can. I believe there's around 50ft of single wire braid left, around 10-15 feet of SATA braid left, and 5 feet of a thicker braid.
I am wondering how I would approach setting wallpaper from image URL.
At the moment, I am using wallpaper manager to set the wallpaper from an ImageView.
The problem with this is that before the images gets sent to the ImageView, the image is resized and scaled down so that when the users are scrolling through the images, it will save memory and give a better image viewing experience.