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'''arrays.xml''' is an XML file which holds all values and translations of specific list for ginstr app.
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:'''arrays.xml''' is an XML file which holds all translations of specific list for ginstr app.
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:Each array in '''arrays.xml''' can have additional array with values which will be used internally by ginstr launcher, while text array will be displayed to users.
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:<code>value arrays</code> must have the same name as text array with additional suffix <code>_value</code> like in example below.
  
 
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==Example==

Revision as of 14:53, 31 March 2017

arrays.xml

arrays.xml is an XML file which holds all translations of specific list for ginstr app.
Each array in arrays.xml can have additional array with values which will be used internally by ginstr launcher, while text array will be displayed to users.
value arrays must have the same name as text array with additional suffix _value like in example below.

Example

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<resources>
  <string-array name="percentages">
    <item>10%</item>
    <item>20%</item>
    <item>30%</item>
    <item>40%</item>
    <item>50%</item>
    <item>60%</item>
    <item>70%</item>
    <item>80%</item>
    <item>90%</item>
    <item>100%</item>
  </string-array>

  <string-array name="percentages_value">
    <item>10</item>
    <item>20</item>
    <item>30</item>
    <item>40</item>
    <item>50</item>
    <item>60</item>
    <item>70</item>
    <item>80</item>
    <item>90</item>
    <item>100</item>
  </string-array>
</resources>

Further reading

String Naming Convention