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Android Android Lists and Adapters (2015) Using Parcelable Data Retrieving Parcelable Data

Day layout problem

So I have designed the day list view layout as instructed in the lectures. I have aligned the temperatureLabel with the circle image view which is the background and also have set the gravity to center . But everytime I run the app in the emulator the temperatureLabel is displayed near the top of the circle rather than center. The previews properly show the temperature label being center-aligned but that is not the case while running.

6 Answers

Adding following line "android:layout_centerVertical="true"" fixed it for me


Seems to be a known issue https://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=59368

Thank you , that works perfectly

Matthew Barrus
Matthew Barrus
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I have this problem on my Genymotion emulator of a Galaxy S5, but I installed the app to my LG G3 and everything displayed properly. Still, would be great to know if there is a style attribute with some compatibility issues.

I have tried running it on two real phones, a samsung galaxy s3 and an htc desire. I got the same problem in both cases. I also tried downloading the project files provided with the videos. Same problem there too.

Same problem on a LG G2. In Android Studio in the design tab it looks as expected but on phone the text is aligned top, centered only horizontally.

I tried running the app on a Samsung galaxy J5 with android 5.1 and 720p resolution and the problem is solved. I wonder if the problems might be due to the android version. My previous test phones were 4.3 and 4.4 android. Any insight into the problem will be greatly appreciated.

so it seems that only android versions older than 5.0 has the problem. maybe someone from TeamTreeHouse can help? is there an attribute that works different in KitKat or previous versions?

I found a fix on StackOverflow that worked. Inside the TextView in daily_list_item for temperatureLabel, add this property -- android:layout_centerInParent="true" . The temperature values are now properly centered.