Java Code Examples for android.widget.AdapterView.getHeight()

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Example 1
Project: GitHub   File: MDRootLayout.java   View Source Code Vote up 6 votes
private static boolean canAdapterViewScroll(AdapterView lv) {
    /* Force it to layout it's children */
    if (lv.getLastVisiblePosition() == -1)
        return false;

    /* We can scroll if the first or last item is not visible */
    boolean firstItemVisible = lv.getFirstVisiblePosition() == 0;
    boolean lastItemVisible = lv.getLastVisiblePosition() == lv.getCount() - 1;

    if (firstItemVisible && lastItemVisible && lv.getChildCount() > 0) {
        /* Or the first item's top is above or own top */
        if (lv.getChildAt(0).getTop() < lv.getPaddingTop())
            return true;
        /* or the last item's bottom is beyond our own bottom */
        return lv.getChildAt(lv.getChildCount() - 1).getBottom() >
                lv.getHeight() - lv.getPaddingBottom();
    }

    return true;
}