|ForcedOverflow not appearing on ICS||Luca Santarelli||3/23/12 8:10 AM|
I'm using the latest (stable) 4.0.0 release for some of my apps using the ForcedOverflow theme.
On my devices (Gingerbread and Froyo) it works as expected, with the indicator visible in the ActionBar.
I received some feedback on the Market claiming that there wasn't the indicator I show in the screenshot, and I was finally able to do some more tests today.
On a Honeycomb tablet (Acer Iconia A500) the overflow indicator is there.
On a HTC Desire running a custom ICS ROM, the indicator is not shown. Note that the HTC Desire has hardware buttons, I do not know if this may be related to the issue.
It could be an issue with the custom ROM, but the feedback in the Market were from a Galaxy Nexus, which has the "stock" IceCreamSandwich.
Is this a bug or am I missing something obvious?
|Re: ForcedOverflow not appearing on ICS||SimonVT||3/23/12 8:12 AM|
The native implementation is used on ICS, and as such forced overflow is not possible.
|Re: ForcedOverflow not appearing on ICS||Luca Santarelli||3/23/12 8:23 AM|
On Fri, Mar 23, 2012 at 16:12, SimonVT <sim...@gmail.com> wrote:
From "Android Design Guidelines":
The action overflow in the action bar provides access to your app's
Thank you for the info.
|Re: ForcedOverflow not appearing on ICS||Jonathan Steele||3/23/12 10:42 AM|
There is like
|Re: ForcedOverflow not appearing on ICS||Jake Wharton||3/23/12 10:50 AM|
You cannot force the overflow on ICS no matter what. If the device has a hardware keyboard and runs ICS the overflow will always be a "normal" options menu.