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Windows 8- Having issues changing text size/color etc
I am not able to change the text size , color , etc in Eclipse. The dialog box on the right hand side in the properties window does not work (i.e. TextView - i am unable to change typeface etc to "serif" etc.) the boxes to select type on right do not open like in video, they open a box with android icon in left corner but when I try to select them type to change to it selects however it does not stay selected (hitting enter, clicking mouse etc does not keep the change).
FYI: I downloaded the build from your site for Eclipse, SDK etc for windows 64 bit which I am running a windows 8-64bit.
I was wondering if this is a reported concern to anyone. I check google and not finding anything as to this issue. I tried re downloading and extracting zip again etc to no avail.
Any help would be greatly appreaticated as I am eager to finish the first android app building class.
Erin Kabbash5,210 Points
I am having the same issue and just fixed it. Go to the android SDK manager next to the emulator button in Eclipse. When it opens it will have a bunch of stuff with check marks in them already, most of them for me right now were labeled with a revision or API number of 19. Click install packages and it will start installing.. Make sure to close eclipse because when it installs it will update some of the eclipse files. Once it is done relaunch eclipse and BAM! The problem is fixed!! Hope this helps!!
I also found this link which was helpful to read: http://developer.android.com/tools/help/sdk-manager.html