ClickUtilities - A click toggler 🥳

ClickUtilities

ClickUtilities provides you with a total of two events and procedures that can toggle if a component is clickable or long clickable. The only reason I came up with this small extension is because long clicking on components you never want to long click on causes your device to vibrate if enabled.

This is excluded from my open-source policy.


OnComponentClick

Called when a component that was toggled as clickable, was clicked.

OnComponentClick

Parameter Return Type
component AndroidViewComponent


OnComponentLongClick

Called when a component that was toggled as long clickable, was long clicked.

OnComponentLongClick

Parameter Return Type
component AndroidViewComponent


ToggleClickable

Toggle whether the given component is clickable.

ToggleClickable

Input Type Parameter
AndroidViewComponent component
boolean clickable


ToggleLongClickable

Toggle whether the given component is long clickable.

ToggleLongClickable

Input Type Parameter
AndroidViewComponent component
boolean longClickable
If you have version 0.1.0 or are starting out with ClickUtilities, it is recommended to download version 0.1.1

Minimum version required is Android Lollipop 5.0 or API 21.

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Nice extension :star_struck: :star_struck:

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wow @FlailingOctopus you have launched 2 extension at one time
BTW nyc extension

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That’s @FlailingOctopus power :muscle:

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Version 0.1.1

  • Bug fixes

Download

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Dear, can you add a block for double click event?

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No, because that is your job.

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nice extension but the link is broken can you please re upload it

It is not broken…

oh sorry ,my bad :grin:

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Can you add full Clickable and on touchDown and touchUp
Great extension thanks

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Full clickable is actually very easy to add and I can experiment with it, however don’t expect it to be stable at first.

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something look like this??

No, this is completely different. Your post is getting reported for promoting another extension in someone else’s topic about their own extension.

You are mistake. User has the rights to suggest or ask if they found similar. If not no issue. Let the painter paint. You know your algorithm. As a user when we see outside the both extension it seems to be similar. I am not good in Java or extension development.

Mods will decide whether i am promoting the extension or asking

It doesn’t matter if you’re advanced in either of these… The blocks look completely different.

It doesn’t matter if you’re asking… It you are promoting, people are going to click on your link. There was no need to ask, it’s nowhere close to the extension you promoted.

Still you mis read my post.No issue.
Your extension is free, the extension i asked about (found it while searching for another extension) is paid one. If so users will prefer yours or paid one?. If you ask me i will say free only.

But then if you knew developers would choose the “free” over “paid,” then why’d you even “ask” about it. There’s nothing similar, it’s clear in their screenshots of the blocks.