B4A Library [custom view] AutoTextSizeLabel

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When you set the text of this custom label the text size is automatically modified to the largest possible size so that all the text is visible.

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To use this view in your project, you should take the AutoTextSizeLabel class from the attached example and add it to your project. You should then add a Custom View with the designer and set its type to this class.

The following libraries are required:
- JavaObject
- StringUtils
 

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BarryW

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When you set the text of this custom label the text size is automatically modified to the largest possible size so that all the text is visible.

SS-2013-06-30_11.49.54.png


To use this view in your project, you should take the AutoTextSizeLabel class from the attached example and add it to your project. You should then add a Custom View with the designer and set its type to this class.

The following libraries are required:
- JavaObject
- StringUtils

How can i get this using Panel.getview(0)?
 

iCAB

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Hi All

So far I have been doing all layouts by code, so this is my first time using the designer and Custom views.
I am just wondering why i am unable to capture the click event, even though the label is enabled in the designer.

B4X:
Private Sub AutoTextSizeLabel1_CLick
    Log("not trigerred by default ")
End Sub

For the above to work, I have to add the line below in DesignerCreateView
B4X:
lbl.Initialize("AutoTextSizeLabel1")

I am wondering if there is a better way perhaps using "Initialize"

Thanks
iCAB
 
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