Java Code Examples for android.widget.ListView.indexOfChild()

The following are Jave code examples for showing how to use indexOfChild() of the android.widget.ListView class. You can vote up the examples you like. Your votes will be used in our system to get more good examples.
+ Save this method
Example 1
Project: AOSP-Kayboard-7.1.2   File: WordListPreference.java   View Source Code Vote up 5 votes
void onWordListClicked(final View v) {
    // Note : v is the preference view
    final ViewParent parent = v.getParent();
    // Just in case something changed in the framework, test for the concrete class
    if (!(parent instanceof ListView)) return;
    final ListView listView = (ListView)parent;
    final int indexToOpen;
    // Close all first, we'll open back any item that needs to be open.
    final boolean wasOpen = mInterfaceState.isOpen(mWordlistId);
    mInterfaceState.closeAll();
    if (wasOpen) {
        // This button being shown. Take note that we don't want to open any button in the
        // loop below.
        indexToOpen = -1;
    } else {
        // This button was not being shown. Open it, and remember the index of this
        // child as the one to open in the following loop.
        mInterfaceState.setOpen(mWordlistId, mStatus);
        indexToOpen = listView.indexOfChild(v);
    }
    final int lastDisplayedIndex =
            listView.getLastVisiblePosition() - listView.getFirstVisiblePosition();
    // The "lastDisplayedIndex" is actually displayed, hence the <=
    for (int i = 0; i <= lastDisplayedIndex; ++i) {
        final ButtonSwitcher buttonSwitcher = (ButtonSwitcher)listView.getChildAt(i)
                .findViewById(R.id.wordlist_button_switcher);
        if (i == indexToOpen) {
            buttonSwitcher.setStatusAndUpdateVisuals(getButtonSwitcherStatus(mStatus));
        } else {
            buttonSwitcher.setStatusAndUpdateVisuals(ButtonSwitcher.STATUS_NO_BUTTON);
        }
    }
}