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The value for each layout property is either a boolean to enable a layout position relative to the parent RelativeLayout or an ID that references another view in the layout against which the view should be positioned. In your XML layout, dependencies against other views in . I'm trying to align a button to the bottom right and bottom left of my screen, using a RelativeLayout. I want to do this to keep the same relative layout across different screen sizes. Currently, the buttons on my screen move up/down depending on the resolution of the screen. x puts the buttons higher on the screen versus x What you need to do is to have this LinearLayout of yours put inside a RelativeLayout. The relative layout is preferably your root layout with fill_parent for height as it must reach the bottom.. then add this to your LinearLayout instead of the gravity.


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I'd like the button at the bottom of the screen, despite the fact that it's declared before MyView in the xml, android relative layout gravity bottom. Steve Luke wrote: Then you are using the wrong layout. Use a RelativeLayout with the custom view set to above the button and the button set to align with the parents bottom.

Forum: Android. Richard Hayward. I like This seems the most simple thing, yet I can figure out how to do it. MyView occupies the space not used by the Button and just does some drawing in it's onDraw method. Google brings loads of hits on how to do this, many of which must surely be way to complicated for such a simple problem. Regards Richard. Ulf Dittmer. What are you trying to accomplish by android relative layout gravity bottom LinearLayout displays views in the order they're defined.

If you want to change that order, alter the layout file accordingly. Hi Ulf Ulf Dittmer wrote: What are you trying to accomplish by that? I did that because I want MyView to take all the remaining space once the Button has been created, android relative layout gravity bottom.

If I reverse the order and declare MyView first, it seems to occupy all available screen space and the button cannot be seen. Steve Luke.

Then you are using the wrong layout. You should put the button at the top of the layout file so it is sized and placed first. You will need to give the button an id. Then you use the correct layout attribute to align the custom view above the button I forget the correct layout attribute to use but if you look up the api for RelativeLayout it should be clear.

It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide. Boost this thread! Similar Threads. Have ways for remain previous layout in all pages? Layouts, bottom position.

 

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If you have a relative layout that fills the whole screen you should be able to use android:layout_alignParentBottom to move the button to the bottom of the screen.. If your views at the bottom are not shown in a relative layout then maybe the layout above it takes all the space. The value for each layout property is either a boolean to enable a layout position relative to the parent RelativeLayout or an ID that references another view in the layout against which the view should be positioned. In your XML layout, dependencies against other views in . It works ok, but I'd like the button at the bottom of the screen, despite the fact that it's declared before MyView in the xml. Google brings loads of hits on how to do this, many of which must surely be way to complicated for such a simple problem. I've spent ages messing around with layout_weight, layout_gravity and various other attributes.