Discussion in 'Android Questions' started by Erel, Dec 21, 2015.
Can you find the bug here ???
Please use the spoiler tag when writing the answer.
I´m unsure about this.
I would say the anchor is missing in btnSend
btnSend should be anchored to the right side as txtMessage is anchored to both sides.
Here you can see that txtMessage becomes wider as it is anchored to both sides. btnSend is kept in the same position instead of moving together with the right screen side.
I would say that btnSend has no anchors applied.
btnSend having no anchor? With txtMessage having left and right anchor, btnSend could end up in the middle of txtMessage.
Is it english humor, or you have started to celebrate the new year in advance? If so use Italian wine! It won't hurt...
You did not found a error?
No doubts about it
No, not too deep in English to discover it... At least it will be Christmas soon. Three days without PC, Android and Iphone, almost an unbelievable dream... ...
Season Greetings Manfred, Erel and everybody spending their time on computers(I've been here 43 years...)
I still do not understand why you have to anchor btnSend. What if the developer has this in his designer script:
. Wouldn't that solve his problem?
Spoiler: no Script is used
First: Thank you for not using SPOILER :-(
if there were designerscript code then @Erel needed to say this in the quiz-definition. He did not; so, no designercode is used.
Based on this the song(aeh, sorry) the error remains the same
I prefer code bug chasing that UI ones
I prefer code bugs because discover them is my main job. Also electric issues are my field...
As I see it, if you are not using anchors for the layout (when it makes sense) then you are doing it wrong...
Hi Erel, android's layout facilities are a little nebuolous to me. My layouts seem explosions, I'm not able to create some worth of a look! I'll study the anchors (I think they can be translated "Ancoraggi" ) and applicate to my horrible designs...