I am trying to apply this method advised by Erel, to rotate a view:
Dim x As B4XView = YourView
x.Rotation = 45
To understand what was the center of the rotation, I checked the view Left and Top before and after the rotation, but they are unchanged.
I use cameraKit library, but my camera preview presents a view (in the panel) which is 90° rotated regarding to the object I wish to take.
I didn't find a propertiy which permits me to change this angle to 0°.
Did I miss something or How can I do ?
Thanks much for giving me a way.
I have a simple script to animate a loader image
during a wait for poststring class. It's works great but between each loop of the rotation there is a few waiting second ?
like that :
the code :
Dim POStr As POSTstr
Dim imgload As Animation...
So far I've used the native Android commands to rotate the views according to the X, Y, and Z axes. The native commands let you change the X and Y coordinates of the Pivot point and get this.
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