android:layout_weight=“33” how does gone->visible visible->gone effect this?



android layouts use a layout_weight. I am aiming for 1/3 for all components but sometimes the footer is literally set to gone, and then visible. How does the weight calculation work when setting from gone to visible? I am not seeing the content inside a linear layout which has 1/3 weight?


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android:layout_weight=“33” how does gone->visible visible->gone effect this?
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android layouts use a layout_weight. I am aiming for 1/3 for all components but sometimes the footer is literally set to gone, and then visible. How does the weight calculation work when setting from gone to visible? I am not seeing the content inside a linear layout which has 1/3 weight?


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I want to display a scroll view within ViewPager and action buttons below the ViewPager. So I set android:layout_weight="1" to ViewPager, but it was not displayed, and only action buttons was displayed.


The layout of ViewPager is following.


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
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In XAML I have a ScrollView and a ListView inside.


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Using jQuery to select items that have style “visibility:visible” or “visibility:hidden” NOT “display: none”
Programming Languages

How do you select only visible elements using jQuery?


jQuery selectors :visible and :hidden only respects display:none as really hidden? NOT visibility:hidden or visibility:visible.


I understand they are not technically hidden because they still take their space. I just want to know their state so I can check checkboxes that are visible.


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<head>
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