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BOOK: Beginning Android Application Development
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I have some questions about the operation of the emulator.
1 The Log output. Sometimes I get Log output and other times I don't. Is there some magic to turn it on and off? When I do get messages sometimes they remain after I kill the emulator and sometimes they don't. Is there a switch for this?
2 I found the CTRL-F11 to switch orientations, are there any others? If so, where can I find them documented?
3 In trying out the code in Chapter 3, I have found that the emulator starts in Portrait mode and I can switch to Landscape. There after the emulator switches orientation but the software thinks it is always in landscape. I added the code to get the width and height (pg 109) and it is the same after the first change. Any ideas would be helpful.

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See appendix A & B. These answered a lot of my questions. Sometimes you need to look at the end of the book first.
Appendix B talks about the emulator. Also see http://developer.android.com/guide/d.../emulator.html for more information.
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