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ListPopupWindowCompat

public final class ListPopupWindowCompat
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.support.v4.widget.ListPopupWindowCompat


Helper for accessing features in ListPopupWindow.

Summary

Public methods

static View.OnTouchListener createDragToOpenListener(Object listPopupWindow, View src)

This method was deprecated in API level 26.0.0. Use createDragToOpenListener(ListPopupWindow, View) that takes in ListPopupWindow instead of Object.

static View.OnTouchListener createDragToOpenListener(ListPopupWindow listPopupWindow, View src)

On API KITKAT and higher, returns an View.OnTouchListener that can be added to the source view to implement drag-to-open behavior.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public methods

createDragToOpenListener

added in version 22.0.0
View.OnTouchListener createDragToOpenListener (Object listPopupWindow, 
                View src)

This method was deprecated in API level 26.0.0.
Use createDragToOpenListener(ListPopupWindow, View) that takes in ListPopupWindow instead of Object.

On API KITKAT and higher, returns an View.OnTouchListener that can be added to the source view to implement drag-to-open behavior. Generally, the source view should be the same view that was passed to ListPopupWindow.setAnchorView(View).

When the listener is set on a view, touching that view and dragging outside of its bounds will open the popup window. Lifting will select the currently touched list item.

Example usage:

 ListPopupWindow myPopup = new ListPopupWindow(context);
 myPopup.setAnchor(myAnchor);
 OnTouchListener dragListener = myPopup.createDragToOpenListener(myAnchor);
 myAnchor.setOnTouchListener(dragListener);
 

Parameters
listPopupWindow Object: the ListPopupWindow against which to invoke the method

src View: the view on which the resulting listener will be set

Returns
View.OnTouchListener a touch listener that controls drag-to-open behavior, or null on unsupported APIs

createDragToOpenListener

added in version 26.0.0
View.OnTouchListener createDragToOpenListener (ListPopupWindow listPopupWindow, 
                View src)

On API KITKAT and higher, returns an View.OnTouchListener that can be added to the source view to implement drag-to-open behavior. Generally, the source view should be the same view that was passed to ListPopupWindow.setAnchorView(View).

When the listener is set on a view, touching that view and dragging outside of its bounds will open the popup window. Lifting will select the currently touched list item.

Example usage:

 ListPopupWindow myPopup = new ListPopupWindow(context);
 myPopup.setAnchor(myAnchor);
 OnTouchListener dragListener = myPopup.createDragToOpenListener(myAnchor);
 myAnchor.setOnTouchListener(dragListener);
 

Parameters
listPopupWindow ListPopupWindow: the ListPopupWindow against which to invoke the method

src View: the view on which the resulting listener will be set

Returns
View.OnTouchListener a touch listener that controls drag-to-open behavior, or null on unsupported APIs

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