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11cf178100e71d3f9f34ab5865e03a277c5eadaa 27-Sep-2012 Daniel Sandler <dsandler@android.com> Cleanup internal status bar APIs.

IStatusBarService.collapseQuickSettings is gone;
collapseNotifications is now collapsePanels, which does what
collapse() used to do. Similarly,
IStatusBar.animateCollapseQuickSettings is now simply

Bug: 7245229
Change-Id: Id157d2fdf34926d3c85ffa8b81c741a5359aede4
e20a177d3f147f3011647c3bdab401f90b2c5d1d 26-Sep-2012 Svetoslav Ganov <svetoslavganov@google.com> Adding a global accessibility action to open quick settings.

1. Added APIs for opening the quick settings to the StatusBarManagerService
and the local StatausBarManager. The new APIs are protected by the old
Renamed the expand* and collapse* non-public APIs that are expanding
the notifications to expandNotifications* collapseNotifications* to
better convey what they do given that this change adds
expandQuickSettings* and collapseQuickSettings*.
Added a global action to the accessibility layer to expand the quick
settings which is calling into the new status bar manager APIs.


Change-Id: Ic7b46e1a132f1c0d71355f18e7c5a9a2424171c3
3a3a6cfd8ec12208ca75c0d0d871d19d76c34194 26-Mar-2012 Dianne Hackborn <hackbod@google.com> Add new feature to let apps layout over status bar / system bar.

The main change is a few new flags you can supply to
View.setSystemUiVisibility(). One is a new visibility mode,
SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_FULLSCREEN, which is basically the same as
the global FLAG_FULLSCREEN option for windows, but driven as
part of the system UI state.

There are also three new flags for telling the framework that you
would like to have your application's UI ignore screen
decorations -- SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_LAYOUT_NO_NAVIGATION for going
behind the navigation bar and SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_LAYOUT_FULLSCREEN
for ignoring full screen decorations (that is the status bar).

In combination with this you can use SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_LAYOUT_STABLE
to have the framework report consistent insets to your application.

When using NO_NAVIGATION, when the user taps the screen we now
also automatically clear ONLY_CONTENT, so that we atomically show
both UI elements. This should make it easy for apps like video
players that want to move between fully full-screen and regular

The ActionBar has also been extended when in overlay mode so
that it will adjust the system window insets to also account
for its space, and allow it to be hidden using the new

Change-Id: Ic8db1adec49a0f420bfe40c1d92eb21307856d0b
7f2668c8469934ce83a5647977f6e74ab782cf07 27-Mar-2012 Michael Jurka <mikejurka@google.com> Preload recents on phones with hard nav keys

Also refactor recents code across Phone/Tablet

Change-Id: Id557c5cb0f7d9378f81c40b20511a5d98bf4078e
df89e65bf0fcc651d20b208c8d8d0b848fb43418 07-Oct-2011 Dianne Hackborn <hackbod@google.com> Fix how we hide and show the nav bar.

The PhoneWindowManager is now responsible for hiding and showing
the nav bar.

For hiding, it just moves it off the screen (easy way to get a
nice slide animation on and off). At the same time, we use a
new WM facility to put up a fake input window to capture all
touch events.

When a touch event is received, we force the system UI to clear
the navigation hiding bit so it will be shown again.

This removes a bunch of code from the system UI for hiding and
showing the nav bar. Also removes the code calling from userActivity()
to the system UI, which was bad. (Also no longer using userActivity()
fixes bugs around re-showing the nav bar due to key presses and
other wrong things.)

Change-Id: I8c3174873b5bcaa36a92322a51e8f7993e88e551
60ee25643e0a7b8841063a4e97b0f18c51807e91 22-Jul-2011 Daniel Sandler <dsandler@google.com> The fullest of fullscreen modes.

View.setSystemUiVisibility() now properly accepts a
bitfield, including:

* SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_LOW_PROFILE: "lights out mode"
(previously known, erroneously, as STATUS_BAR_HIDDEN)

* SYSTEM_UI_FLAG_HIDE_NAVIGATION: for when you need every
single pixel on a device that also has a navigation bar

These flags are painstakingly aggregated across the entire
view hierarchy and carefully delivered to the status bar
service, which in turn gently passes them along to the bar

To really get access to the whole screen, you need to use
FLAG_LAYOUT_IN_SCREEN. See development/samples/Overscan for
an example of how to do this.

Change-Id: I5fbfe009d9ceebbbf71db73f14a7008ea7c1d4da
3b1fc47d004f6b29af8f40d181baa3460b1e3b15 13-Jun-2011 Michael Jurka <mikejurka@google.com> Port recent apps from tablet to phone

- wire up to long press on home
- remove unused recents activity
- remove duplicate recents resources in -large directories (using -sw600dp instead)
- fix issue with zoom/scale translation when recents was brought up

Change-Id: I45538ccaff49b46ac3659c4828f9e2b0cd075241
3fe9cc5ea6a9e1acd52144c8ae6cb0492dba34ba 15-Jun-2011 Dianne Hackborn <hackbod@google.com> resolved conflicts for merge of e95c07bd to master

Change-Id: I9af0c08a9f1c1f68661efe051a66835e850b76f6
7d04932ef5c001769ccef244f551b75773f1666b 15-Jun-2011 Dianne Hackborn <hackbod@google.com> Fix issue #4603422: Compatibility mode button doesn't always update

We now tell the system bar every time the top activity has changed for
it to re-evaluate its UI state.

Also fix issue #: 4607102 Low rider notifications. It turns out this
was due to the change in the dialog asset; the notification UI was relying
on this having a lot of padding to make it sit above the status bar.
Now we have an explicitly mechanism to set how much it overlaps (or doesn't)
the status bar.

Change-Id: Iab5ebd86e620ff4fc4cd77206e18af962ec2830e
1d4d30aebd2c22627131819cabfe95f97def2c83 28-Apr-2011 Daniel Sandler <dsandler@google.com> It's lights out for you, navigation bar!

Views requesting lights out mode will cause the navbar to
disappear (this is useful for viewing videos/photos/etc
using every pixel of the screen).

But there's a catch: any user activity at all will cause the
lights to come back on and the navbar to return.

Change-Id: I535ed3ba9ae7fab3282c402be256add765395b6f
2992ea782fa61780d8e0de7a36a2a84622f8694b 29-Jan-2011 Jeff Brown <jeffbrown@google.com> Add "Use physical keyboard" option to system bar IME button.

Bug: 3391067
Change-Id: I136087ca4f726d0068d5983d7d3686787ba60c55
857fd9b8562c29913e03ed29288bd1802d37dc60 28-Jan-2011 Joe Onorato <joeo@google.com> Plumb whether an input view is actually visible or not through from the IME
to the status bar.

Bug: 3391067
Change-Id: I049531155bf7ee0b29874916c0b5b0a45b73c09e
cd7cd2969f545ad061a9b4ecd0044f15eb1b4abb 20-Nov-2010 satok <satok@google.com> Store the current IME's token in the system bar for changing the current IME to a shortcut IME from the system bar

Bug: 3212206
Bug: 3201828

- Added a shortcut IME button. This will be used for calling a shortcut IME (e.g. Voice input)
- Made the positions of IME buttons left aligned
- IME token is required to change IME because of the security reasons.

Change-Id: I48ba5e2509b3aa1bfd2394f9201427fa6b93c6d3
06487a58be22b100daf3f950b9a1d25c3ea42aa2 29-Oct-2010 satok <satok@google.com> Add a functionarity for showing / hiding IME button on the system bar

Bug: 3077030

- IME communicates with status bar directly.

Change-Id: Ic5b6b5b7a2b8ea62372dcc9b9c36d81b9f2db651
e02d808abf370965c3c4e4d38af11bc69110fde2 08-Oct-2010 Daniel Sandler <dsandler@google.com> Dynamically show the menu button on the system bar.

Windows with FLAG_NEEDS_MENU_KEY (or windowNeedsMenuKey=true
in their theme) will cause the system bar to show a menu
icon. (Note that the phone's status bar currently ignores
this, but phones tend to have hardware menu keys anyway.)

Additionally, all windows whose package's SDK version is
pre-Honeycomb will have FLAG_NEEDS_MENU_KEY set by default.

Bug: 3003728

Change-Id: I2d983763a726ea4f32cd1af9b0390e30478b11d1
9305647eb61bb60a1f42481a0c0d208dc9bbe965 10-Sep-2010 Joe Onorato <joeo@google.com> Plumb lights out mode through from the window manager to the status bar running in the system ui process.

Lights out mode itself isn't implemented.

Change-Id: Ieeef0eb9ae5be23000f770e74e8ee66472f4c673
a0c56fe93925d20d9c0b830b9664699ce557e78c 20-May-2010 Joe Onorato <joeo@android.com> Checkpoint. Doesn't build.

Change-Id: I92e4d539ea71af9e22ced02cbdee7fbd456b7971
4762c2d75a55e0854bbff2f996748116d4ab1a37 18-May-2010 Joe Onorato <joeo@android.com> Add expand and collapse.

Change-Id: I58ad95c59b2c46d3f25349e137d5624aefc6c6cd
f3f0e053f0cc66249a11639eb67d0cdc2da26ded 15-May-2010 Joe Onorato <joeo@android.com> Make disable() work.

Change-Id: I93fea37e777b3e04fe7f9171d5b84821587c24f5
0cbda99f8721ad9b03ada04d2637fb75a2a0feca 03-May-2010 Joe Onorato <joeo@android.com> The status bar draws its icons now.