ListView getMaxScrollAmount - top ranked examples from Open Source projects

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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getVerticalFadingEdgeLength, getChildAt, getChildCount, getMaxScrollAmount, getCount
        mListUtil = new ListUtil(mListView, getInstrumentation());
    } 
 
    @MediumTest 
    public void testPreconditions() { 
        assertEquals("list item count", 5, mListView.getCount());
        assertEquals("list visible child count", 3, mListView.getChildCount());
        int firstTwoHeight = mListView.getChildAt(0).getHeight() + mListView.getChildAt(1).getHeight();
        assertTrue("first two items should fit within fading edge",
                firstTwoHeight <= mListView.getVerticalFadingEdgeLength());
        assertTrue("first two items should fit within list max scroll",
                firstTwoHeight <= mListView.getMaxScrollAmount());
    } 
 
    @MediumTest 
    public void testFadeTopTwoItemsOut() { 
        // put 2nd item selected 
        sendKeys(KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_DOWN);
        sendKeys(KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_DOWN);
 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getChildAt, getChildCount, getListPaddingBottom, getMaxScrollAmount
    } 
 
    @MediumTest 
    public void testPreconditions() { 
        assertNotNull(mListView);
        assertEquals("should only be one visible child", 1, mListView.getChildCount());
        final int amountOffScreen = mListView.getChildAt(0).getBottom() - (mListView.getBottom() - mListView.getListPaddingBottom());
        assertTrue("must be more than max scroll off screen for this test to work",
                amountOffScreen > mListView.getMaxScrollAmount());
    } 
 
    @MediumTest 
    public void testScrollDownAcrossItem() { 
        final View view = mListView.getSelectedView();
        assertTrue(view.isSelected());
 
        assertEquals(mListView.getListPaddingTop(),
                view.getTop());
 
        assertTrue("view must be taller than screen for this test to be worth anything",
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getMaxScrollAmount, sleep
            Instrumentation inst = getInstrumentation();
            //Make sure the song list shown up 
            Thread.sleep(2000);
            inst.sendKeyDownUpSync(KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_DOWN);
            mTrackList = getActivity().getListView();
            int scrollCount = mTrackList.getMaxScrollAmount();
            //Make sure there is at least one song in the sdcard 
            if (scrollCount != -1) {
                inst.sendKeyDownUpSync(KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_CENTER);
            } else { 
                assertTrue("testPlayMP3", false);
            } 
            Thread.sleep(PLAY_TIME);
        } catch (Exception e) {
            assertTrue("testPlayMP3", false);
        } 
    } 
 
    @LargeTest 
    public void testLaunchMusicPlayer() throws Exception { 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getVerticalFadingEdgeLength, getChildAt, getChildCount, getMaxScrollAmount, getCount
        mListUtil = new ListUtil(mListView, getInstrumentation());
    } 
 
    @MediumTest 
    public void testPreconditions() { 
        assertEquals("list item count", 5, mListView.getCount());
        assertEquals("list visible child count", 3, mListView.getChildCount());
        int firstTwoHeight = mListView.getChildAt(0).getHeight() + mListView.getChildAt(1).getHeight();
        assertTrue("first two items should fit within fading edge",
                firstTwoHeight <= mListView.getVerticalFadingEdgeLength());
        assertTrue("first two items should fit within list max scroll",
                firstTwoHeight <= mListView.getMaxScrollAmount());
    } 
 
    @MediumTest 
    public void testFadeTopTwoItemsOut() { 
        // put 2nd item selected 
        sendKeys(KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_DOWN);
        sendKeys(KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_DOWN);
 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getMaxScrollAmount, sleep
            Instrumentation inst = getInstrumentation();
            //Make sure the song list shown up 
            Thread.sleep(2000);
            inst.sendKeyDownUpSync(KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_DOWN);
            mTrackList = getActivity().getListView();
            int scrollCount = mTrackList.getMaxScrollAmount();
            //Make sure there is at least one song in the sdcard 
            if (scrollCount != -1) {
                inst.sendKeyDownUpSync(KeyEvent.KEYCODE_DPAD_CENTER);
            } else { 
                assertTrue("testPlayMP3", false);
            } 
            Thread.sleep(PLAY_TIME);
        } catch (Exception e) {
            assertTrue("testPlayMP3", false);
        } 
    } 
 
    @LargeTest 
    public void testLaunchMusicPlayer() throws Exception { 
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