Best code examples for ListView getMaxScrollAmount method (android.widget.ListView.getMaxScrollAmount)

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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildAt, getChildCount, getMaxScrollAmount, getCount, getVerticalFadingEdgeLength
44:	assertEquals("list item count", 5, mListView.getCount()); 
45:	assertEquals("list visible child count", 3, mListView.getChildCount()); 
46:	int firstTwoHeight = mListView.getChildAt(0).getHeight() + mListView.getChildAt(1).getHeight(); 
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48:	firstTwoHeight <= mListView.getVerticalFadingEdgeLength()); 
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50:	firstTwoHeight <= mListView.getMaxScrollAmount()); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildAt, getChildCount, getMaxScrollAmount, getListPaddingBottom
47:	assertEquals("should only be one visible child", 1, mListView.getChildCount()); 
48:	final int amountOffScreen = mListView.getChildAt(0).getBottom() - (mListView.getBottom() - mListView.getListPaddingBottom()); 
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50:	amountOffScreen > mListView.getMaxScrollAmount()); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getMaxScrollAmount, sleep
66:	int scrollCount = mTrackList.getMaxScrollAmount(); 
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73:	Thread.sleep(PLAY_TIME); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildAt, getChildCount, getMaxScrollAmount, getCount, getVerticalFadingEdgeLength
44:	assertEquals("list item count", 5, mListView.getCount()); 
45:	assertEquals("list visible child count", 3, mListView.getChildCount()); 
46:	int firstTwoHeight = mListView.getChildAt(0).getHeight() + mListView.getChildAt(1).getHeight(); 
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48:	firstTwoHeight <= mListView.getVerticalFadingEdgeLength()); 
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50:	firstTwoHeight <= mListView.getMaxScrollAmount()); 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getMaxScrollAmount, sleep
66:	int scrollCount = mTrackList.getMaxScrollAmount(); 
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73:	Thread.sleep(PLAY_TIME); 
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A view that shows items in a vertically scrolling list. The items come from the ListAd...
getMaxScrollAmount Method Overview
See Also
  • addFooterView
    Add a fixed view to appear at the bottom of the list.
  • getAdapter
    Returns the adapter currently in use in this ListView.
  • setDivider
    Sets the drawable that will be drawn between each item in the list.
  • setDividerHeight
    Sets the height of the divider that will be drawn between each item in the list.
  • setItemsCanFocus
    Indicates that the views created by the ListAdapter can contain focusable items.
  • setSelectionFromTop
    Sets the selected item and positions the selection y pixels from the top edge of the ListView.