Would I be right in saying the easiest way to get an imageivew to respond to clicks is just to put a button on top of the imageview and use the buttons action? I have been trying to find a simple way to get an imageview to respond to a tap/click, with no success. then the obvious came to me about overlaying a button. It works,but would love to hear if there is a simple way to get the imageview to call a function on a click/touch. Thanks, mr newbie
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Do you need an imageview? Why not use a button.background_image?<br/>
# coding: utf-8 import ui class ButtonTest(object): def __init__(self): self.view = ui.load_view('ButtonTest') self.button = self.view['button1'] self.button.background_image = ui.Image.named("image000.jpg") self.view.present('full_screen') ButtonTest()
@brumm, thank you. Great solution. Not sure it should be a great solution, but in this case it is. I tried in my code already, and a far better solution.
Oh, I just did like this
v['my_button'].background_image = get_image('_indra_logo.png')
Just a simple example, but it works.
Oops, my get_image() func looks like this
__SWATCH_PATH__ = os.path.expanduser('~/Documents/Images/') def get_image(file_name): return ui.Image.named(__SWATCH_PATH__ + file_name)