I've been trying to create an interface prompts for a Camera Roll pic (photos module) and displays it, which is fairly simple using
ui.CONTENT_SCALE_ASPECT_FIT. The image will properly fit the bounds of the screen and adapt as you rotate the device.
My problem has been that I want to create touch events, but
ImageView() can't handle those, so I assume I have to create a custom View on top of it, however, since I want the touch events to be available solely within the image displayed below, I must make this "touch view" the same size as the "image view".
ImageView.image.size will give me the original dimensions, while I want the dimensions after the
ui.content_mode is applied. My best bet right now is to run a function that calculates the outcome from the
content_mode based on the
ui.get_screen_size(), however, this one always delivers the dimensions in portrait mode, meanwhile I don't know a way to get the device current orientation.
The question is: how to make a View with the same width and height of the image within a sibling ImageView?
container = ui.View() imageview = ui.ImageView() imageview.image = ui.Image.from_data(photos.pick_image(raw_data=True)) imageview.flex = 'WH' imageview.content_mode = `ui.CONTENT_SCALE_ASPECT_FIT` touchview = ui.View() touchview.width = ? touchview.height = ?