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ActionMode.Callback2

public static abstract class ActionMode.Callback2
extends Object implements ActionMode.Callback

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.view.ActionMode.Callback2


Extension of ActionMode.Callback to provide content rect information. This is required for ActionModes with dynamic positioning such as the ones with type TYPE_FLOATING to ensure the positioning doesn't obscure app content. If an app fails to provide a subclass of this class, a default implementation will be used.

Summary

Public constructors

ActionMode.Callback2()

Public methods

void onGetContentRect(ActionMode mode, View view, Rect outRect)

Called when an ActionMode needs to be positioned on screen, potentially occluding view content.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object
From interface android.view.ActionMode.Callback

Public constructors

ActionMode.Callback2

added in API level 23
ActionMode.Callback2 ()

Public methods

onGetContentRect

added in API level 23
void onGetContentRect (ActionMode mode, 
                View view, 
                Rect outRect)

Called when an ActionMode needs to be positioned on screen, potentially occluding view content. Note this may be called on a per-frame basis.

Parameters
mode ActionMode: The ActionMode that requires positioning.

view View: The View that originated the ActionMode, in whose coordinates the Rect should be provided.

outRect Rect: The Rect to be populated with the content position. Use this to specify where the content in your app lives within the given view. This will be used to avoid occluding the given content Rect with the created ActionMode.

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