rmanromga wrote:Is your list view contained within a LinearLayout ? or are you using AbsoluteLayouts to set the height of the ListView? If the ListView is contained within a LinearLayout on your screen, then why don't you just add another Container eg. a LinearLayout, right after the ListView and if you are using AbsoluteLayouts, just be sure to set the dimenstions. Check out the product DroidDraw at http://www.droiddraw.org/ they have a nice WYSIWYG Android screen editor that you can play with to try and get your layouts...
rmanromga wrote:Yes do it the way sweevo demostrated... the only issue may be if your do not use the value "fill parent" for the height value of the ListView and provide an explicit height in pixels that is too long for the screen... otherwise what sweevo shows above should work, and your ListView should be able to scroll without pushing the ImageView that is at the bottom off the screen...
rjones54 wrote:The original XML that you posted it just fine, you just need to add to your ListView:
I built a quick test project based off of the ApiDemos List13 activity and used your XML, and it displays the way you want. However, if you don't have the layout_weight specified, the list will take over.
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