TabHost getCurrentTabView - top ranked examples from Open Source projects

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This code example shows how to use the following methods:getCurrentTab, getCurrentTabView, setCurrentTab
	} 
 
	// "Boss, we really cannot delete one a'dem tab gubbinz, so we hides 'em." 
	private void deleteTab()  
	{ 
		int position = tabHost.getCurrentTab();
		Log.d("Position", Integer.toString(position));
		 
		Log.d("Z val in delete()", Integer.toString(z));
		 
		tabHost.getCurrentTabView().setVisibility(View.GONE);
 
		if (position > 0)
		{ 
			tabHost.setCurrentTab(position + 1);
			 
			z -= 1;
			 
			if (z < 0)
			{ 

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This code example shows how to use the following methods:getCurrentTabView
 
     @Override 
     protected void 
     onChildTitleChanged(Activity childActivity, CharSequence title) {
         if (getLocalActivityManager().getCurrentActivity() == childActivity) {
             View tabView = mTabHost.getCurrentTabView();
             if (tabView != null && tabView instanceof TextView) {
                 ((TextView) tabView).setText(title);
             } 
         } 
     } 
 
     public TabHost getTabHost() {
         return mTabHost;
     } 
 
     public TabWidget getTabWidget() {
         return mTabHost.getTabWidget();
     } 
} 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods:getCurrentTabView
    @Override 
    protected void 
    onChildTitleChanged(Activity childActivity, CharSequence title) {
        // Dorky implementation until we can have multiple activities running. 
        if (getLocalActivityManager().getCurrentActivity() == childActivity) {
            View tabView = mTabHost.getCurrentTabView();
            if (tabView != null && tabView instanceof TextView) {
                ((TextView) tabView).setText(title);
            } 
        } 
    } 
 
    /** 
     * Returns the {@link TabHost} the activity is using to host its tabs. 
     * 
     * @return the {@link TabHost} the activity is using to host its tabs. 
     */ 
    public TabHost getTabHost() {
        ensureTabHost(); 
        return mTabHost;
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