How to change custom component height programatically

I've prepared custom component based on LinearLayout. Whole component is defined in XML. Currently to use it you have to write:


Is it possible to set width and height in the java constructor? So it would be possible to write just:

< />

I've tried to modify and set LayoutParams, but it didn't work for me.

Asked by: Aida338 | Posted: 25-01-2022

Answer 1

Not in the constructor, but in the onFinishInflate() callback to your custom widget, I this might work.

Answered by: Miller481 | Posted: 26-02-2022

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