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  1. In Topic: Adding a second column to a table layout

    Posted 6 Mar 2013

    Try this layout:

    <RelativeLayout
        <TableLayout  // parent layout
            <TableLayout  // row 1 of parent layout
                android:layout_height="fill_parent"
                <TableRow
                    <TextView/></TableRow>
                <TableRow
                    <TextView/></TableRow>
                <TableRow
                    <TextView/></TableRow>
                <TableRow
                    <TextView/></TableRow>
                <TableRow
                    <TextView/></TableRow>
            </TableLayout>
            <TextView>  // row 2 of parent layout
                android:layout_height="fill_parent"</TextView>
        </TableLayout>
    </RelativeLayout>
    
    
  2. In Topic: TableRows inside of a ScrollView are extremely wide

    Posted 7 Feb 2013

    Any help with this?
  3. In Topic: 3 TableLayouts in a LinearLayout

    Posted 25 Jan 2013

    Hey Farrell. I was not trying to make columns take up a percentage of the screen horizontally. I was trying to make a whole TableLayout take up a percentage of the screen vertically. I was basically trying to split the screen vertically into 3 sections -- two nonscrolling sections and one scrolling section.

    I am pretty sure there are no TableRows nested inside of TableRows. There are TableLayouts with TableRows inside of it nested within a TableRow, but that is it.

    I actually figured out how to make this work but the code is getting very messy (to me). I might need to take your advice and discover how GridLayout and RelativeLayouts work. It probably would be better than what I am doing. I just hate to stop with what I got since it is working, sort of, and I have so much written.
  4. In Topic: ImageView image stretching

    Posted 14 Jan 2013

    It is working. I added the below in the TableLayout xml:

    android:stretchColumns="1"
    android:shrinkColumns="0"
    
    


    And put the ImageView xml as so:

    <ImageView
        android:id="@+id/q1Image"
        android:layout_width="10dp"
        android:layout_height="10dp" />
    
    


    Thank you for the help farrell!

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