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Context Menu with Icons

In Android, context menus (1) can't have icons (2) cannot be flexibly created and destroyed. With this embeddable library, you get a context menu that solves both problems.

Sample (from Hi-Q MP3 Recorder):

Consistency to Android platform is maintained by not using custom layouts, instead it uses internal layouts only.

How to use

You can easily add this project as a library project in Eclipse.

  1. Create a menu in XML as what you would do when you create a normal (options) menu. Specify the drawables as usual. You can also create the menu on-the-fly by using MenuBuilder which implements Menu.
  2. Create the Context Menu with Icons by calling IconContextMenu cm = new IconContextMenu(context,
  3. Create, and then set the context menu handler by calling setOnIconContextItemSelectedListener(IconContextItemSelectedListener).
  4. (Optional) set additional info to differentiate sources, e.g. the position of the item on the list that was clicked. cm.setInfo(position)
  5. Open the context menu by calling show().

See also other projects for Android:

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