I am having a very confusing problem with an application I have been working on for some time. Suddenly, when running my application, I found an immediate force close upon launch. Upon further investigation, I found two launcher icons in my launcher. One of which will either resume the application if it is running or force close if it is not running. The second will behave as normal - launches the application normally and resumes normally. I am very confused, as I was not doing anything (that I can think of) to cause this problem. I was not changing anything whatsoever in the manifest and just
The scenario: I'm merging a series of cherry-picked revisions from an SVN branch into trunk. I'm using the Subclipse CollabNet client to do the merge. Everything works great, except that in addition to the files I picked to merge, my working directory shows a series of changes that SVN thinks have changed but that I haven't chosen to merge. If I do a diff on the files in question, it tells me there are no differences. If I do a commit, I get the screenshot below, with the mystery icon I haven't been able to find documentation of anywhere. Screenshot:
There are some great "Quick Action Icons" available at https://developer.apple.com/ios/human-interface-guidelines/graphics/system-icons/. Is it possible to make a UIImage from one of these UIApplicationShortcutIcons to use on, say, a UIButton. For example, the mail icon: let mailIcon = UIApplicationShortcutIcon(type: .mail) let mailImage = UIImage( ... ) Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Good day, Is there a way, displaying colored icons on navigation drawer? Not tinting them or setting them to black, and each of them will have corresponding color (highlight/background) when click, in navigation drawer. Just like Google Store App drawer.
How to style an unordered list with jQuery UI so that the elements begin with a UI icon instead of the default list symbol?
I would like to use an icon from the jQuery UI icon set to style an unordered list. <div> <ul> <li>John Doe</li> <li>Jack Snow</li> <li>Mary Moe</li> </ul> </div> By default this list appears with dots in front of each element: John Doe Jack Snow Mary Moe Instead I would like to replace the dot with an icon such as ui-icon-person How to accomplish this?
With screen resolutions increasing in pixels Google is promoting the use of XXHDPI and XXXHDPI, icons in the official documents. http://developer.android.com/design/style/iconography.html But in their official Android download packs they only go up to XHDPI. http://developer.android.com/design/downloads/index.html Do they expect us to create these icons when can't be bothered too? What are other developers doing especially for the Holo icons, are they creating it from SVG. Update If you download the the Icon Pack and not the "all pack", it now contains XXHDPI icons but still no XXXHDPI. http:/
I am trying to add a badge on my Icons in the tabs. The current result is: http://play.ionic.io/app/decfc14cb171 Does anyone know how to put them in the top-right corner of each icon? I tried using but it proved more problematic in other aspects, although with the "badge" attribute is was easier to achieve the desired effect. Is there a way to replicate it without using ion-tabs?
I have followed the following steps as suggested by tutorials and other stack overflow questions: android:icon="@mipmap/ic_launcher" in the manifest where the app icon is named ic_launcher and all the mipmaps have been appropriately replaced on basis of resolution replaced all mipmap images with the the images generated from Android Asset Studio I have selected the appropriate files in the image asset by right clicking on res. I have uninstalled the old app. Rebuilt the app the ans then run I have invalidated cache and restarted Android Studio too Restarted the mobile Added a 512 * 512 pixel