What's the difference between android:height and android:layout_height?

From playing about with this a bit, I think that layout_height is flexible - a preferred height but will still expand/shrink with the content - and height is a definite value.

What's happening in your case is that the TextView is wrapping around the Test text but still using the 48dp paddingTop attribute.

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