B4A Library Preferences - Material Design Preferences

Discussion in 'Additional libraries, classes and official updates' started by corwin42, Jan 22, 2017.

  1. Toky Olivier

    Toky Olivier Member Licensed User

    Thank you @corwin42, @Erel have already replied me on this post.

    Thank you so much. Very nice library.
     
  2. wimpie3

    wimpie3 Well-Known Member Licensed User

    Is it possible to change the font of the labels?
     
  3. Pencil3

    Pencil3 Member Licensed User

    Running into something strange. I added a second Edit.InputType, the first being set to INPUT_TYPE_DECIMAL_NUMBERS and the second set to INPUT_TYPE_DECIMAL_Text. The correct keyboard comes up for both. The EditTextPreference set to INPUT_TYPE_DECIMAL_NUMBERS I can see update in the log. The EditTextPreference set to INPUT_TYPE_DECIMAL_Text does not update in the log. Any ideas?
     
  4. corwin42

    corwin42 Expert Licensed User

    It is better to start a new thread in the questions section.

    Please provide an example project which shows the problem.
     
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  5. alimanam3386

    alimanam3386 Active Member Licensed User

  6. ernschd

    ernschd Active Member Licensed User

    Thanks for this library.

    Is it possible to use divider lines to group together related settings?
     
  7. Scantech

    Scantech Well-Known Member Licensed User

    After the SDK update this occurs?

     
  8. corwin42

    corwin42 Expert Licensed User

    I can confirm this. I will try to update the original library. Hopefully this will fix the problem. The author says that Version 2.3.2 is compatible with AndroidX. My wrapper still uses 2.2.0.
     
  9. so27

    so27 Active Member Licensed User

    Same problem. How can I use this now?
     
  10. so27

    so27 Active Member Licensed User

    In "tools..." I don't have a "b4a_local" Folder. This is only available in the root directory "Extras". Even in an older backup.

    b4a_fehler.png
     
  11. Scantech

    Scantech Well-Known Member Licensed User

    You can install the command line sdk and resources in different directory. Don't update it in SDK manager. Also make the android.jar path change.
     
  12. Scantech

    Scantech Well-Known Member Licensed User

    While we are waiting, if you want to update your SDK and want this library to work, then avoid updating Androidx.Preference.Preference
     
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  13. so27

    so27 Active Member Licensed User

    Thanks for the tip. Now I have updated my SDK again after the backup. Great.
     
  14. Pencil3

    Pencil3 Member Licensed User

    I too have run into the same issue since the SDK update. Any chance for an update to the library please?
     
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  15. johndb

    johndb Active Member Licensed User

    I too have encountered this issue and would be grateful for an update to this library.

    Thank you,
     
    Pencil3 likes this.
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