So you’ve seen posts in forums that show you how to fit all markers in Android’s map. However, you notice the top part gets cut off.

The solution is to set the top padding of the Google Map to the height of your marker Drawable.

Here is the code to have all markers shown in the map.

Now, to make sure all the markers get shown within the map, simply get the height of the Drawable and apply it to the map’s padding.

It seems that whenever I set an ActionView of an ActionBar MenuItem, its alignment moves to the left. Worse, there was a case wherein the 3 dotted icon also moved to the right.

When I decided to use an animation in the refresh icon, only this one moved. The 3 dotted icon stayed put. Good, right?

At least I only had one problem left to solve. So my ActionView XML Layout looks like this:

This should work. Adding a padding to both the left and right should make the ActionView drawable stay put.

Also worth noting is that even if you use the Toolbar class, the same thing happens when you set the animating ActionView. This layout with the correct padding values should fix that.

So you want to change the drawable image of your CheckBox widget but when you compile the app, the image and the text are almost side by side.

I bet you used the attribute android:button in order to do this. This is the culprit. To change the CheckBox image with your own custom images, use the attribute android:drawableLeft.

But wait! Now, there are 2 CheckBox widget images!

Here is the complete XML code to use your custom CheckBox images as well as increasing the space between the icon and the text.

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