I'm trying to create a horizontal sliding menu effect with the picker by rotating it 90 degrees. It works fine but I can't figure out how to expand the picker from left to right.
This is the result:
I tried picker.height and picker.width with no luck. Is there a way to do this in view, zoom into a control or expand it somehow?
I am not sure this is possible, Arnaud.
Alternatively, though, you could possibly give a similar illusion by creating a small tableView (3 rows?) with each picker option being in a separate row of the table. Then create a similar picker graphic image of the picker fascia with a transparent part in the centre where the rows show through (or break the image up into 4 parts to leave a gap) and add it over the table.
I hope you see what I mean. I don't think it's as complicated as it sounds! ;)
Just specify the quantity of items you want to show.
visibleItems : Number
Number of visible rows to display. This is only applicable to a plain picker and when the useSpinner is true.
The spinner-style Android picker shows 5 rows by default; one selected in the middle and 2 above and below. Set to an odd number to ensure the selected row is in the middle.
I'm looking to do the same thing. Can you explain how you rotated the picker?