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added in API level 1
Deprecated since API level 14

WebSettings.TextSize

public static final enum WebSettings.TextSize
extends Enum<WebSettings.TextSize>

java.lang.Object
   ↳ java.lang.Enum<android.webkit.WebSettings.TextSize>
     ↳ android.webkit.WebSettings.TextSize


This enum was deprecated in API level 14.
Use setTextZoom(int) and getTextZoom() instead.

Enum for specifying the text size.

  • SMALLEST is 50%
  • SMALLER is 75%
  • NORMAL is 100%
  • LARGER is 150%
  • LARGEST is 200%

Summary

Enum values

WebSettings.TextSize  LARGER

 

WebSettings.TextSize  LARGEST

 

WebSettings.TextSize  NORMAL

 

WebSettings.TextSize  SMALLER

 

WebSettings.TextSize  SMALLEST

 

Public methods

static WebSettings.TextSize valueOf(String name)
static final TextSize[] values()

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Enum
From class java.lang.Object
From interface java.lang.Comparable

Enum values

LARGER

added in API level 1
WebSettings.TextSize LARGER

LARGEST

added in API level 1
WebSettings.TextSize LARGEST

NORMAL

added in API level 1
WebSettings.TextSize NORMAL

SMALLER

added in API level 1
WebSettings.TextSize SMALLER

SMALLEST

added in API level 1
WebSettings.TextSize SMALLEST

Public methods

valueOf

added in API level 1
WebSettings.TextSize valueOf (String name)

Parameters
name String

Returns
WebSettings.TextSize

values

added in API level 1
TextSize[] values ()

Returns
TextSize[]

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