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not sure if this will be helpful after 4 months but try putting
in the Scroll View and not in the text view
because I had a similar code to you and it didn't work unless I did that ;)
It is not a good practice. But what you're talking about doesn't require that anyway. Here's what you should do:
Make an extra RelativeLayout or LinearLayout or any other type of layout. Put that layout underneath your question or whatever is in your quiz. Inside that layout, put all of your buttons for possible answers.
Then use this video's technique to make that layout that wraps the buttons scrollable. So the buttons are not scrollable, but the layout surrounding it is.
Still, you might want to find a better design option for this. Scrolling for answers isn't great. But it'll do what you need to do for now.
You're the best bro, now quick question would making buttons scrollable be a good practice? I'm trying to make a simple quiz game but with varying answers and just would like to make it so that the user can scroll through the possible answers and click on that designated button.
+alfred paldez You have to put a RelativeLayout or LinearLayout inside the ScrollView. So that layout will be the only *direct* child of ScrollView. You can then put the EditTexts (or any other widget) inside the Relative or Linear layout. That way, the multiple widgets are not a direct child of the ScrollView, but are a child of the RelativeLayout (grandchildren).
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