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Set Custom Font to View Android Example

You have to put your font fonts/samplefont.ttf into assets/fonts folder in your project!

// set own custom font from assets
TextView txt = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.custom_font);
Typeface mFace = Typeface.createFromAsset(getContext().getAssets(),
                                             "fonts/samplefont.ttf");
    txt.setTypeface(mFace);

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Android studio list of useful shortcuts or like Eclipse | android-studio-list-of-useful-shortcuts


File -> Settings -> Keymap you can do select Eclipse keymap from drop down menu

Ctrl+Shift+A (Help | Find Action on the main menu) and start typing the name of the action. Choose the desired action from the suggestion list.

Ctrl+Click (on Windows) or Cmd+Click (on MacOS) a tab in the editor to navigate to any part of the file path. Select the necessary element in the drop-down, and the corresponding file path opens in an external browser (e.g., in the Explorer, if your OS is Windows).

 

Find - Rename


Ctrl+F find

Refactor | Rename: Shift+F6  ( +F6)

Find and replace: CTRL + R

Go to variable declaration: CTRL + B

Ctrl+Shift+I (View | Quick Definition)

Ctrl+Alt+F7  (Edit | Find | Show Usages in the main menu)

Ctrl+Shift+F find in project

Ctrl+Shift+F7 (Edit | Find | Highlight Usages in File) to quickly highlight usages of some variable in the current file.
Use F3 and Shift+F3 keys to navigate through highlighted usages.
Press Escape to remove highlighting.

Ctrl+W (extend selection) in the editor selects the word at the caret and then selects expanding areas of the source code. For example, it may select a method name, then the expression that calls this method, then the whole statement, then the containing block, etc. You can also select the word at the caret and the expanding areas of the source code by double-clicking the target areas in the editor.

To search through the classes, files, tool windows, actions, settings, and symbols of your project by double pressing the Shift key

Ctrl+P (View | Parameter Info) e.g. localURL = new URL(localUrlString); select localUrlString and press Ctrl + P

Show html documentation tooltips:  CTRL + Q

 

Edit


Comment uncomment single line: CTRL + /

Comment uncomment selected text: CTRL + SHIFT + /

Code completion (Ctrl+Space)

Alt key and mouse pointer dragging for column selection

If nothing is selected in the editor, and you press Ctrl+C, then the whole line at caret is copied to the clipboard.

Ctrl + Delete  delete word from caret to end.

Ctrl + Backspace delete word from caret to start.

Duplicate line: CTRL + D

To compare two directories,or  jar files, select one or both of them in the Project view and press Ctrl+D.

Editor Delete Line: CTRL + Y

Move line UP, DOWN. Select a code fragment and press Ctrl+Shift+Up or Ctrl+Shift+Down.

To open any class or file in the editor at the desired line, press Ctrl+Shift+N (Navigate | File), start typing the name, and choose the one from the suggestion list. Then type the colon (:) and a line number

Ctrl+Shift+Enter to complete a current statement such as if, do-while, try-catch, return (or a method call)

Alt+Enter to invoke a quick fix or intention action, press the right arrow key to reveal the list of additional options.

To quickly review your recent changes to the project: Alt+Shift+C

Code Completion, you can accept the currently highlighted selection in the popup list with the period character (.), comma (,), semicolon (;), space and other characters.

Quickly move between methods in the editor:  Alt+Up and Alt+Down

Ctrl+Shift+J shortcut joins two lines into one and removes unnecessary space to match your code style

Ctrl+Shift+V to choose and insert recent clipboard contents into the text

Inheritance hierarchy for a selected class: Ctrl+H

Right-clicking on a breakpoint marker  you can quickly enable/disable the breakpoint or adjust its properties.

Evaluate the value of any expression while debugging the program, select its text in the editor (you may press a Ctrl+W a few times to efficiently perform this operation) and press Alt+F8.

Quickly evaluate the value of any expression while debugging the program, hold Alt and click this expression to see its value and calculate it, call a method, etc.

You can use the Extract Variable refactoring even on incomplete statements. Just select the necessary block in the editor and press Ctrl+Alt+V.

To open any particular method or field in editor: Ctrl+Alt+Shift+N

Add unimplemented methods: CTRL + I

Override methods: CTRL + O

Format code: CTRL + ALT + L

Show project: ALT + 1

Show logcat: ALT + 6

Hide project - logcat: SHIFT + ESC

Build: CTRL + F9

Build and Run: CTRL + F10

Alt+Shift+F10  access the Run/Debug dropdown on the main toolbar

Collapse all: CTRL + SHIFT + NumPad +

Expand all: CTRL + SHIFT + NumPad -
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Statistics usability of mobile phones with Android – October 2011 | statistics-usability-of-mobile-phones-with-android-%e2%80%93-october-2011


Table of usability phones with Android: (Our software)












October 2011 September 2011












Samsung Galaxy S2 10,90%
Samsung Galaxy S 8,10%
Samsung Galaxy Tab 7,00%
Samsung Galaxy Mini 6,20%
HTC Desire HD 4,10%
Samsung Galaxy Ace 4,10%
Samsung Galaxy S 4,00%
Samsung Galaxy Fit 3,30%
HTC Wildfire 3,20%
SEMC Xperia X10 2,20%

























Samsung Galaxy S213.8%
Samsung Galaxy S8.5%
Samsung Galaxy Tab7.4%
Samsung Galaxy Mini5.4%
Samsung Galaxy S4.0%
HTC Desire HD3.8%
Samsung Galaxy Ace3.8%
HTC Wildfire3.2%
Samsung Galaxy Fit3.1%
SEMC Xperia X102.1%



Graph of usability Smartphone with Android - October 2011:
android/phones-usability-wiht-android-october-2011.png


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