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Category:Queensland state electoral results by districtQ:

ImageView Animated to Full Screen just On App Startup

There are multiple questions on this already, but they are all for older versions and not applicable.
I want to have an imageView animation to Full Screen on app start. My image view is already set to fill all the screen and I want this transition to happen right when the app is started.
What I tried:
I created a View and set it as an activityIndicator.xml, set its width to fill all the screen and animated it through the way the imageView animations when loading. The result is much worse than the imageView animations but I only want this animation to be executed once.
Then I set the view to fullScreen with an Animation and tried to animate the width and height with percentages as described here, and using the onAnimationEnd to animate the view to fullScreen. That goes really wrong, the width and height were not animated at all and the imageView ends up not fitting all the screen.
I also tried to simply override the onCreate and set the view to fill the whole screen on top of the previous animation.
What actually happens:
In the end I ended up using the onCreate and placing the imageView on top. That did work after some minor adjustments.


I ended up using the onCreate and placing the imageView on top.

This is the correct solution, in addition to bringing all resources necessary to your activity to your activity file (see Android guide for details).
In my case I used this code snippet:
protected void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {


Cristina B Careta Expertisea Mediei Romane in fisa De Evaluare Doar Doar Exercitii – Facultatea De Evaluare Mediei Clasa Pregatitoare 8 .Q:

What does R trace the RNG in use when it says “RNGSEED set to 0xXXXXX”?

If my RNGSEED is set to 0x400FFBE, then what does R trace, and where would I find it?
R version 3.0.1 (2013-07-09) — “Firecrest”
Copyright (C) 2013 The R Foundation for Statistical Computing
Platform: x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu (64-bit)


I have run into this issue. The R code is looking for a string of hex digits that matches the value of RNGSEED. I had the RNGSEED set to an inbetween value, but the code was still complaining.
I found out that R was looking for the strings 0xxxxxxxxx and 0xffffffff.


I had an old post where I wrote a similar question. You can read it and get the answer. The short version is that the trace you are seeing is from the line of code where a version check is done.
(Also, when we talk about something “trace”, we often mean it is printed in the terminal, or put into a file, etc. It doesn’t mean the software in question is actually tracing anything, this is just a term we often use).
The OP said:

R-3.0.1, verified with R CMD check –as-cran, no errors

Note that I had given the link before, but apparently it’s been removed. I could find no trace of the OP’s question being answered, so now I’m answering it, just to save folks the trouble. I will delete this answer when the issue is resolved, but it’s kind of a long answer.

Not R-3.0.1 but R-3.1.0

OK, this issue is still reported as an issue in R-3.1.0, according to this reply to another question.
What you are experiencing is the pre-release branch, so it is very likely the bug is fixed in the latest release.