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Andrew Izquierdo3,212 Points
When trying to select the layout_width for the "titleImageView", I do not see the option of "match_parent". Why?
I followed the steps in the video. But when I got to setting the layout_width and the layout_height, i do not see the option of "match_parent" like it shows in the video.
The only options i have are: "none", "match constraint", and "wrap content".
why do I not see "match parent" ?
will manually inputting 368dp and 495dp for the width and height give me the same results? Thanks for the help!
I have found a way around this.
If you set the 'layout_width' and 'layout_height' for 'titleImageView' both to 'match_constraint' using the design window. And then go into the text window and find where it has added 'android:layout_width="0dp"' and 'android:layout_height="0dp"'. Then change the '0dp' values to 'match_parent'. Then check to make sure that 'android:scaleType' is set to 'centerCrop'.
That should all work as it is shown in the video. I have no idea why the match_parent option isn't displayed like in the video. It might be a version problem. I am running Android Studio 3.0.1
Worked for me as well. Android Studio version 3.5.1
Noah Schochet611 Points
I think it has to do with changes between the newer version of Android studio and the one he is using in the video. Don't worry about it, it ends up being resolved in the next video. Just watch the next video and it will make sense.