KeyboardView invalidateKey - top ranked examples from Open Source projects

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This code example shows how to use the following methods:closing, invalidateKey, setKeyboard
	super.onStartInputView(info, restarting);
 
	this.printDebug("onStartInputView");
 
	// Apply the selected keyboard to the input view. 
	mInputView.setKeyboard(mQwertyKeyboard);
	mInputView.closing();
 
	List<Keyboard.Key> keys = mQwertyKeyboard.getKeys();
	keys.get(1).label = getLocalIpAddress() + ":" + port;
	mInputView.invalidateKey(1);
 
	// Apply the selected keyboard to the input view. 
	mInputView.setKeyboard(mQwertyKeyboard);
	mInputView.closing();
 
	// InputConnection ic = getCurrentInputConnection(); 
	// ic.commitText("Hello", 0); 
    } 
 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods:closing, invalidateKey, setKeyboard
	super.onStartInputView(info, restarting);
 
	this.printDebug("onStartInputView");
 
	// Apply the selected keyboard to the input view. 
	mInputView.setKeyboard(mQwertyKeyboard);
	mInputView.closing();
 
	List<Keyboard.Key> keys = mQwertyKeyboard.getKeys();
	keys.get(1).label = getLocalIpAddress() + ":" + port;
	mInputView.invalidateKey(1);
 
	// Apply the selected keyboard to the input view. 
	mInputView.setKeyboard(mQwertyKeyboard);
	mInputView.closing();
 
	// InputConnection ic = getCurrentInputConnection(); 
	// ic.commitText("Hello", 0); 
    } 
 
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invalidateKey Method Overview
Invalidates a key so that it will be redrawn on the next repaint.
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