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android – How do I make WRAP_CONTENT work on a RecyclerView

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Questions:

I have a DialogFragment that contains a RecyclerView (a list of cards).

Within this RecyclerView are one or more CardViews that can have any height.

I want to give this DialogFragment the correct height based on the CardViews that are contained within.

Normally this would be simple, I would set wrap_content on the RecyclerView like this.

<android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView ...
    xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
    android:id="@+id/recycler_view"
    android:layout_width="match_parent"
    android:layout_height="wrap_content"   
    android:clickable="true"   
    android:scrollbars="vertical" >

</android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView>

Because I am using a RecyclerView this does not work see:

https://issuetracker.google.com/issues/37001674

and

Nested Recycler view height doesn't wrap its content

On both of these pages people suggest to extend LinearLayoutManager and to override onMeasure()

I first used the LayoutManager that someone provided in the first link:

public static class WrappingLayoutManager extends LinearLayoutManager {

        public WrappingLayoutManager(Context context) {
            super(context);
        }

        private int[] mMeasuredDimension = new int[2];

        @Override
        public void onMeasure(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, RecyclerView.State state,
                              int widthSpec, int heightSpec) {
            final int widthMode = View.MeasureSpec.getMode(widthSpec);
            final int heightMode = View.MeasureSpec.getMode(heightSpec);
            final int widthSize = View.MeasureSpec.getSize(widthSpec);
            final int heightSize = View.MeasureSpec.getSize(heightSpec);

            measureScrapChild(recycler, 0,
                    View.MeasureSpec.makeMeasureSpec(0, View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED),
                    View.MeasureSpec.makeMeasureSpec(0, View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED),
                    mMeasuredDimension);

            int width = mMeasuredDimension[0];
            int height = mMeasuredDimension[1];

            switch (widthMode) {
                case View.MeasureSpec.EXACTLY:
                case View.MeasureSpec.AT_MOST:
                    width = widthSize;
                    break;
                case View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED:
            }

            switch (heightMode) {
                case View.MeasureSpec.EXACTLY:
                case View.MeasureSpec.AT_MOST:
                    height = heightSize;
                    break;
                case View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED:
            }

            setMeasuredDimension(width, height);
        }

        private void measureScrapChild(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, int position, int widthSpec,
                                       int heightSpec, int[] measuredDimension) {
            View view = recycler.getViewForPosition(position);
            if (view != null) {
                RecyclerView.LayoutParams p = (RecyclerView.LayoutParams) view.getLayoutParams();
                int childWidthSpec = ViewGroup.getChildMeasureSpec(widthSpec,
                        getPaddingLeft() + getPaddingRight(), p.width);
                int childHeightSpec = ViewGroup.getChildMeasureSpec(heightSpec,
                        getPaddingTop() + getPaddingBottom(), p.height);
                view.measure(childWidthSpec, childHeightSpec);
                measuredDimension[0] = view.getMeasuredWidth();
                measuredDimension[1] = view.getMeasuredHeight();
                recycler.recycleView(view);
            }
        }
    }

However this did not work because

heightSize = View.MeasureSpec.getSize(heightSpec);

returns a very large value that appear to be related to match_parent.

By commenting height = heightSize; (in the second switch case) I managed to make the height work but only if a TextView child inside the CardView does not wrap its own text (a long sentence).

As soon as that TextView wraps it’s own text the height SHOULD increase but it doesn’t. It calculated the height for that long sentence as a single line, not a wrapped line (2 or more).

Any advice on how I should improve this LayoutManager so my RecyclerView works with WRAP_CONTENT?

Edit: This layout manager might work for most people, but it still has problems with scrolling and calculating heights of wrapping textviews

public class MyLinearLayoutManager extends LinearLayoutManager {

public MyLinearLayoutManager(Context context, int orientation, boolean reverseLayout)    {
    super(context, orientation, reverseLayout);
}

private int[] mMeasuredDimension = new int[2];

@Override
public void onMeasure(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, RecyclerView.State state,
                      int widthSpec, int heightSpec) {
    final int widthMode = View.MeasureSpec.getMode(widthSpec);
    final int heightMode = View.MeasureSpec.getMode(heightSpec);
    final int widthSize = View.MeasureSpec.getSize(widthSpec);
    final int heightSize = View.MeasureSpec.getSize(heightSpec);
    int width = 0;
    int height = 0;
    for (int i = 0; i < getItemCount(); i++) {
        measureScrapChild(recycler, i,
                View.MeasureSpec.makeMeasureSpec(i, View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED),
                View.MeasureSpec.makeMeasureSpec(i, View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED),
                mMeasuredDimension);

        if (getOrientation() == HORIZONTAL) {
            width = width + mMeasuredDimension[0];
            if (i == 0) {
                height = mMeasuredDimension[1];
            }
        } else {
            height = height + mMeasuredDimension[1];
            if (i == 0) {
                width = mMeasuredDimension[0];
            }
        }
    }
    switch (widthMode) {
        case View.MeasureSpec.EXACTLY:
            width = widthSize;
        case View.MeasureSpec.AT_MOST:
        case View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED:
    }

    switch (heightMode) {
        case View.MeasureSpec.EXACTLY:
            height = heightSize;
        case View.MeasureSpec.AT_MOST:
        case View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED:
    }

    setMeasuredDimension(width, height);
}

    private void measureScrapChild(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, int position, int widthSpec,
                                   int heightSpec, int[] measuredDimension) {
        View view = recycler.getViewForPosition(position);
        if (view != null) {
            RecyclerView.LayoutParams p = (RecyclerView.LayoutParams) view.getLayoutParams();
            int childWidthSpec = ViewGroup.getChildMeasureSpec(widthSpec,
                    getPaddingLeft() + getPaddingRight(), p.width);
            int childHeightSpec = ViewGroup.getChildMeasureSpec(heightSpec,
                    getPaddingTop() + getPaddingBottom(), p.height);
            view.measure(childWidthSpec, childHeightSpec);
            measuredDimension[0] = view.getMeasuredWidth() + p.leftMargin + p.rightMargin;
            measuredDimension[1] = view.getMeasuredHeight() + p.bottomMargin + p.topMargin;
            recycler.recycleView(view);
        }
    }
}
How to&Answers:

From Android Support Library 23.2.1 update, all WRAP_CONTENT should work correctly.

Please update version of a library in gradle file OR to further :

compile 'com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:23.2.1'

solved some issue like Fixed bugs related to various measure-spec methods

Check http://developer.android.com/tools/support-library/features.html#v7-recyclerview

you can check Support Library revision history

Answer:

Here is the refined version of the class which seems to work and lacks problems other solutions have:

This is also available as a library. Link to relevant class.

Answer:

UPDATE 05.07.2019

If you are using RecyclerView inside a ScrollView, just change ScrollView to androidx.core.widget.NestedScrollView. Inside this view there is no need to pack RecyclerView inside a RelativeLayout.


Finally found the solution for this problem.

All you need to do is wrap the RecyclerView in a RelativeLayout. Maybe there are other Views which may also work.

Answer:

UPDATE

By Android Support Library 23.2 update, all WRAP_CONTENT should work correctly.

Please update version of a library in gradle file.

Original Answer

As answered on other question, you need to use original onMeasure() method when your recycler view height is bigger than screen height. This layout manager can calculate ItemDecoration and can scroll with more.

original answer : https://stackoverflow.com/a/28510031/1577792

Answer:

Here is the c# version for mono android

/* * Ported by Jagadeesh Govindaraj (@jaganjan) *Copyright 2015 serso aka se.solovyev * * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. * You may obtain a copy of the License at * * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 * * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * limitations under the License. * * ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ * * Contact details * * Email: se.solovyev @gmail.com * Site: http://se.solovyev.org */ using Android.Content; using Android.Graphics; using Android.Support.V4.View; using Android.Support.V7.Widget; using Android.Util; using Android.Views; using Java.Lang; using Java.Lang.Reflect; using System; using Math = Java.Lang.Math; namespace Droid.Helper { public class WrapLayoutManager : LinearLayoutManager { private const int DefaultChildSize = 100; private static readonly Rect TmpRect = new Rect(); private int _childSize = DefaultChildSize; private static bool _canMakeInsetsDirty = true; private static readonly int[] ChildDimensions = new int[2]; private const int ChildHeight = 1; private const int ChildWidth = 0; private static bool _hasChildSize; private static Field InsetsDirtyField = null; private static int _overScrollMode = ViewCompat.OverScrollAlways; private static RecyclerView _view; public WrapLayoutManager(Context context, int orientation, bool reverseLayout) : base(context, orientation, reverseLayout) { _view = null; } public WrapLayoutManager(Context context) : base(context) { _view = null; } public WrapLayoutManager(RecyclerView view) : base(view.Context) { _view = view; _overScrollMode = ViewCompat.GetOverScrollMode(view); } public WrapLayoutManager(RecyclerView view, int orientation, bool reverseLayout) : base(view.Context, orientation, reverseLayout) { _view = view; _overScrollMode = ViewCompat.GetOverScrollMode(view); } public void SetOverScrollMode(int overScrollMode) { if (overScrollMode < ViewCompat.OverScrollAlways || overScrollMode > ViewCompat.OverScrollNever) throw new ArgumentException("Unknown overscroll mode: " + overScrollMode); if (_view == null) throw new ArgumentNullException(nameof(_view)); _overScrollMode = overScrollMode; ViewCompat.SetOverScrollMode(_view, overScrollMode); } public static int MakeUnspecifiedSpec() { return View.MeasureSpec.MakeMeasureSpec(0, MeasureSpecMode.Unspecified); } public override void OnMeasure(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, RecyclerView.State state, int widthSpec, int heightSpec) { var widthMode = View.MeasureSpec.GetMode(widthSpec); var heightMode = View.MeasureSpec.GetMode(heightSpec); var widthSize = View.MeasureSpec.GetSize(widthSpec); var heightSize = View.MeasureSpec.GetSize(heightSpec); var hasWidthSize = widthMode != MeasureSpecMode.Unspecified; var hasHeightSize = heightMode != MeasureSpecMode.Unspecified; var exactWidth = widthMode == MeasureSpecMode.Exactly; var exactHeight = heightMode == MeasureSpecMode.Exactly; var unspecified = MakeUnspecifiedSpec(); if (exactWidth && exactHeight) { // in case of exact calculations for both dimensions let's use default "onMeasure" implementation base.OnMeasure(recycler, state, widthSpec, heightSpec); return; } var vertical = Orientation == Vertical; InitChildDimensions(widthSize, heightSize, vertical); var width = 0; var height = 0; // it's possible to get scrap views in recycler which are bound to old (invalid) adapter // entities. This happens because their invalidation happens after "onMeasure" method. // As a workaround let's clear the recycler now (it should not cause any performance // issues while scrolling as "onMeasure" is never called whiles scrolling) recycler.Clear(); var stateItemCount = state.ItemCount; var adapterItemCount = ItemCount; // adapter always contains actual data while state might contain old data (f.e. data // before the animation is done). As we want to measure the view with actual data we // must use data from the adapter and not from the state for (var i = 0; i < adapterItemCount; i++) { if (vertical) { if (!_hasChildSize) { if (i < stateItemCount) { // we should not exceed state count, otherwise we'll get // IndexOutOfBoundsException. For such items we will use previously // calculated dimensions MeasureChild(recycler, i, widthSize, unspecified, ChildDimensions); } else { LogMeasureWarning(i); } } height += ChildDimensions[ChildHeight]; if (i == 0) { width = ChildDimensions[ChildWidth]; } if (hasHeightSize && height >= heightSize) { break; } } else { if (!_hasChildSize) { if (i < stateItemCount) { // we should not exceed state count, otherwise we'll get // IndexOutOfBoundsException. For such items we will use previously // calculated dimensions MeasureChild(recycler, i, unspecified, heightSize, ChildDimensions); } else { LogMeasureWarning(i); } } width += ChildDimensions[ChildWidth]; if (i == 0) { height = ChildDimensions[ChildHeight]; } if (hasWidthSize && width >= widthSize) { break; } } } if (exactWidth) { width = widthSize; } else { width += PaddingLeft + PaddingRight; if (hasWidthSize) { width = Math.Min(width, widthSize); } } if (exactHeight) { height = heightSize; } else { height += PaddingTop + PaddingBottom; if (hasHeightSize) { height = Math.Min(height, heightSize); } } SetMeasuredDimension(width, height); if (_view == null || _overScrollMode != ViewCompat.OverScrollIfContentScrolls) return; var fit = (vertical && (!hasHeightSize || height < heightSize)) || (!vertical && (!hasWidthSize || width < widthSize)); ViewCompat.SetOverScrollMode(_view, fit ? ViewCompat.OverScrollNever : ViewCompat.OverScrollAlways); } private void LogMeasureWarning(int child) { #if DEBUG Log.WriteLine(LogPriority.Warn, "LinearLayoutManager", "Can't measure child #" + child + ", previously used dimensions will be reused." + "To remove this message either use #SetChildSize() method or don't run RecyclerView animations"); #endif } private void InitChildDimensions(int width, int height, bool vertical) { if (ChildDimensions[ChildWidth] != 0 || ChildDimensions[ChildHeight] != 0) { // already initialized, skipping return; } if (vertical) { ChildDimensions[ChildWidth] = width; ChildDimensions[ChildHeight] = _childSize; } else { ChildDimensions[ChildWidth] = _childSize; ChildDimensions[ChildHeight] = height; } } public void ClearChildSize() { _hasChildSize = false; SetChildSize(DefaultChildSize); } public void SetChildSize(int size) { _hasChildSize = true; if (_childSize == size) return; _childSize = size; RequestLayout(); } private void MeasureChild(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, int position, int widthSize, int heightSize, int[] dimensions) { View child = null; try { child = recycler.GetViewForPosition(position); } catch (IndexOutOfRangeException e) { Log.WriteLine(LogPriority.Warn, "LinearLayoutManager", "LinearLayoutManager doesn't work well with animations. Consider switching them off", e); } if (child != null) { var p = child.LayoutParameters.JavaCast<RecyclerView.LayoutParams>() var hPadding = PaddingLeft + PaddingRight; var vPadding = PaddingTop + PaddingBottom; var hMargin = p.LeftMargin + p.RightMargin; var vMargin = p.TopMargin + p.BottomMargin; // we must make insets dirty in order calculateItemDecorationsForChild to work MakeInsetsDirty(p); // this method should be called before any getXxxDecorationXxx() methods CalculateItemDecorationsForChild(child, TmpRect); var hDecoration = GetRightDecorationWidth(child) + GetLeftDecorationWidth(child); var vDecoration = GetTopDecorationHeight(child) + GetBottomDecorationHeight(child); var childWidthSpec = GetChildMeasureSpec(widthSize, hPadding + hMargin + hDecoration, p.Width, CanScrollHorizontally()); var childHeightSpec = GetChildMeasureSpec(heightSize, vPadding + vMargin + vDecoration, p.Height, CanScrollVertically()); child.Measure(childWidthSpec, childHeightSpec); dimensions[ChildWidth] = GetDecoratedMeasuredWidth(child) + p.LeftMargin + p.RightMargin; dimensions[ChildHeight] = GetDecoratedMeasuredHeight(child) + p.BottomMargin + p.TopMargin; // as view is recycled let's not keep old measured values MakeInsetsDirty(p); } recycler.RecycleView(child); } private static void MakeInsetsDirty(RecyclerView.LayoutParams p) { if (!_canMakeInsetsDirty) { return; } try { if (InsetsDirtyField == null) { var klass = Java.Lang.Class.FromType (typeof (RecyclerView.LayoutParams)); InsetsDirtyField = klass.GetDeclaredField("mInsetsDirty"); InsetsDirtyField.Accessible = true; } InsetsDirtyField.Set(p, true); } catch (NoSuchFieldException e) { OnMakeInsertDirtyFailed(); } catch (IllegalAccessException e) { OnMakeInsertDirtyFailed(); } } private static void OnMakeInsertDirtyFailed() { _canMakeInsetsDirty = false; #if DEBUG Log.Warn("LinearLayoutManager", "Can't make LayoutParams insets dirty, decorations measurements might be incorrect"); #endif } } } 

Answer:

RecyclerView added support for wrap_content in 23.2.0 which was buggy , 23.2.1 was just stable , so you can use:

compile 'com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:24.2.0' 

You can see the revision history here:

https://developer.android.com/topic/libraries/support-library/revisions.html

Note:

Also note that after updating support library the RecyclerView will respect wrap_content as well as match_parent so if you have a Item View of a RecyclerView set as match_parent the single view will fill whole screen

Answer:

This comment helped me.Put the recyclerview in any other layout (Relative layout is preferable). Then change recyclerview's height/width as match parent to that layout and set the parent layout's height/width as wrap content.

Answer:

Simply put your RecyclerView inside a NestedScrollView. Works perfectly

<android.support.v4.widget.NestedScrollView android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_marginTop="10dp" android:layout_marginBottom="25dp"> <android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView android:id="@+id/kliste" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="match_parent" /> </android.support.v4.widget.NestedScrollView> 

Answer:

The problem with scrolling and text wrapping is that this code is assuming that both the width and the height are set to wrap_content. However, the LayoutManager needs to know that the horizontal width is constrained. So instead of creating your own widthSpec for each child view, just use the original widthSpec:

@Override public void onMeasure(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, RecyclerView.State state, int widthSpec, int heightSpec) { final int widthMode = View.MeasureSpec.getMode(widthSpec); final int heightMode = View.MeasureSpec.getMode(heightSpec); final int widthSize = View.MeasureSpec.getSize(widthSpec); final int heightSize = View.MeasureSpec.getSize(heightSpec); int width = 0; int height = 0; for (int i = 0; i < getItemCount(); i++) { measureScrapChild(recycler, i, widthSpec, View.MeasureSpec.makeMeasureSpec(i, View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED), mMeasuredDimension); if (getOrientation() == HORIZONTAL) { width = width + mMeasuredDimension[0]; if (i == 0) { height = mMeasuredDimension[1]; } } else { height = height + mMeasuredDimension[1]; if (i == 0) { width = mMeasuredDimension[0]; } } } switch (widthMode) { case View.MeasureSpec.EXACTLY: width = widthSize; case View.MeasureSpec.AT_MOST: case View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED: } switch (heightMode) { case View.MeasureSpec.EXACTLY: height = heightSize; case View.MeasureSpec.AT_MOST: case View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED: } setMeasuredDimension(width, height); } private void measureScrapChild(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, int position, int widthSpec,int heightSpec, int[] measuredDimension) { View view = recycler.getViewForPosition(position); if (view != null) { RecyclerView.LayoutParams p = (RecyclerView.LayoutParams) view.getLayoutParams(); int childHeightSpec = ViewGroup.getChildMeasureSpec(heightSpec, getPaddingTop() + getPaddingBottom(), p.height); view.measure(widthSpec, childHeightSpec); measuredDimension[0] = view.getMeasuredWidth() + p.leftMargin + p.rightMargin; measuredDimension[1] = view.getMeasuredHeight() + p.bottomMargin + p.topMargin; recycler.recycleView(view); } } 

Answer:

Try this (It’s a nasty solution but It may work):
In the onCreate method of your Activity or in the onViewCreated method of your fragment. Set a callback ready to be triggered when the RecyclerView first render, like this:

vRecyclerView.getViewTreeObserver().addOnGlobalLayoutListener(new ViewTreeObserver.OnGlobalLayoutListener() { @Override public void onGlobalLayout() { calculeRecyclerViewFullHeight(); } }); 

In the calculeRecyclerViewFullHeight calculate the RecyclerView full height based in the height of its children.

protected void calculateSwipeRefreshFullHeight() { int height = 0; for (int idx = 0; idx < getRecyclerView().getChildCount(); idx++ ) { View v = getRecyclerView().getChildAt(idx); height += v.getHeight(); } SwipeRefreshLayout.LayoutParams params = getSwipeRefresh().getLayoutParams(); params.height = height; getSwipeRefresh().setLayoutParams(params); } 

In my case my RecyclerView is contain in a SwipeRefreshLayout for that reason I’m setting the height to the SwipeRefreshView and not to the RecyclerView but if you don’t have any SwipeRefreshView then you can set the height to the RecyclerView instead.

Let me know if this helped you or not.

Answer:

This now works as they’ve made a release in version 23.2, as stated in this post.
Quoting the official blogpost

This release brings an exciting new feature to the LayoutManager API: auto-measurement! This allows a RecyclerView to size itself based on the size of its contents. This means that previously unavailable scenarios, such as using WRAP_CONTENT for a dimension of the RecyclerView, are now possible. You’ll find all built in LayoutManagers now support auto-measurement.

Answer:

I had used some of the above solutions but it was working for width but height.

  1. If your specified compileSdkVersion greater than 23, you can directly use RecyclerView provided in their respective support libraries of recycler view, like for 23 it will be 'com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:23.2.1'. These support libraries support attributes of wrap_content for both width and height.

You have to add it to your dependencies

compile 'com.android.support:recyclerview-v7:23.2.1'
  1. If your compileSdkVersion less than 23, you can use below-mentioned solution.

I found this Google thread regarding this issue. In this thread, there is one contribution which leads to the implementation of LinearLayoutManager.

I have tested it for both height and width and it worked fine for me in both cases.

/* * Copyright 2015 serso aka se.solovyev * * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. * You may obtain a copy of the License at * * http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 * * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and * limitations under the License. * * ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ * * Contact details * * Email: [email protected] * Site: http://se.solovyev.org */ package org.solovyev.android.views.llm; import android.content.Context; import android.graphics.Rect; import android.support.v4.view.ViewCompat; import android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView; import android.util.Log; import android.view.View; import java.lang.reflect.Field; /** * {@link android.support.v7.widget.LinearLayoutManager} which wraps its content. Note that this class will always * wrap the content regardless of {@link android.support.v7.widget.RecyclerView} layout parameters. * <p/> * Now it's impossible to run add/remove animations with child views which have arbitrary dimensions (height for * VERTICAL orientation and width for HORIZONTAL). However if child views have fixed dimensions * {@link #setChildSize(int)} method might be used to let the layout manager know how big they are going to be. * If animations are not used at all then a normal measuring procedure will run and child views will be measured during * the measure pass. */ public class LinearLayoutManager extends android.support.v7.widget.LinearLayoutManager { private static boolean canMakeInsetsDirty = true; private static Field insetsDirtyField = null; private static final int CHILD_WIDTH = 0; private static final int CHILD_HEIGHT = 1; private static final int DEFAULT_CHILD_SIZE = 100; private final int[] childDimensions = new int[2]; private final RecyclerView view; private int childSize = DEFAULT_CHILD_SIZE; private boolean hasChildSize; private int overScrollMode = ViewCompat.OVER_SCROLL_ALWAYS; private final Rect tmpRect = new Rect(); @SuppressWarnings("UnusedDeclaration") public LinearLayoutManager(Context context) { super(context); this.view = null; } @SuppressWarnings("UnusedDeclaration") public LinearLayoutManager(Context context, int orientation, boolean reverseLayout) { super(context, orientation, reverseLayout); this.view = null; } @SuppressWarnings("UnusedDeclaration") public LinearLayoutManager(RecyclerView view) { super(view.getContext()); this.view = view; this.overScrollMode = ViewCompat.getOverScrollMode(view); } @SuppressWarnings("UnusedDeclaration") public LinearLayoutManager(RecyclerView view, int orientation, boolean reverseLayout) { super(view.getContext(), orientation, reverseLayout); this.view = view; this.overScrollMode = ViewCompat.getOverScrollMode(view); } public void setOverScrollMode(int overScrollMode) { if (overScrollMode < ViewCompat.OVER_SCROLL_ALWAYS || overScrollMode > ViewCompat.OVER_SCROLL_NEVER) throw new IllegalArgumentException("Unknown overscroll mode: " + overScrollMode); if (this.view == null) throw new IllegalStateException("view == null"); this.overScrollMode = overScrollMode; ViewCompat.setOverScrollMode(view, overScrollMode); } public static int makeUnspecifiedSpec() { return View.MeasureSpec.makeMeasureSpec(0, View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED); } @Override public void onMeasure(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, RecyclerView.State state, int widthSpec, int heightSpec) { final int widthMode = View.MeasureSpec.getMode(widthSpec); final int heightMode = View.MeasureSpec.getMode(heightSpec); final int widthSize = View.MeasureSpec.getSize(widthSpec); final int heightSize = View.MeasureSpec.getSize(heightSpec); final boolean hasWidthSize = widthMode != View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED; final boolean hasHeightSize = heightMode != View.MeasureSpec.UNSPECIFIED; final boolean exactWidth = widthMode == View.MeasureSpec.EXACTLY; final boolean exactHeight = heightMode == View.MeasureSpec.EXACTLY; final int unspecified = makeUnspecifiedSpec(); if (exactWidth && exactHeight) { // in case of exact calculations for both dimensions let's use default "onMeasure" implementation super.onMeasure(recycler, state, widthSpec, heightSpec); return; } final boolean vertical = getOrientation() == VERTICAL; initChildDimensions(widthSize, heightSize, vertical); int width = 0; int height = 0; // it's possible to get scrap views in recycler which are bound to old (invalid) adapter entities. This // happens because their invalidation happens after "onMeasure" method. As a workaround let's clear the // recycler now (it should not cause any performance issues while scrolling as "onMeasure" is never // called whiles scrolling) recycler.clear(); final int stateItemCount = state.getItemCount(); final int adapterItemCount = getItemCount(); // adapter always contains actual data while state might contain old data (f.e. data before the animation is // done). As we want to measure the view with actual data we must use data from the adapter and not from the // state for (int i = 0; i < adapterItemCount; i++) { if (vertical) { if (!hasChildSize) { if (i < stateItemCount) { // we should not exceed state count, otherwise we'll get IndexOutOfBoundsException. For such items // we will use previously calculated dimensions measureChild(recycler, i, widthSize, unspecified, childDimensions); } else { logMeasureWarning(i); } } height += childDimensions[CHILD_HEIGHT]; if (i == 0) { width = childDimensions[CHILD_WIDTH]; } if (hasHeightSize && height >= heightSize) { break; } } else { if (!hasChildSize) { if (i < stateItemCount) { // we should not exceed state count, otherwise we'll get IndexOutOfBoundsException. For such items // we will use previously calculated dimensions measureChild(recycler, i, unspecified, heightSize, childDimensions); } else { logMeasureWarning(i); } } width += childDimensions[CHILD_WIDTH]; if (i == 0) { height = childDimensions[CHILD_HEIGHT]; } if (hasWidthSize && width >= widthSize) { break; } } } if (exactWidth) { width = widthSize; } else { width += getPaddingLeft() + getPaddingRight(); if (hasWidthSize) { width = Math.min(width, widthSize); } } if (exactHeight) { height = heightSize; } else { height += getPaddingTop() + getPaddingBottom(); if (hasHeightSize) { height = Math.min(height, heightSize); } } setMeasuredDimension(width, height); if (view != null && overScrollMode == ViewCompat.OVER_SCROLL_IF_CONTENT_SCROLLS) { final boolean fit = (vertical && (!hasHeightSize || height < heightSize)) || (!vertical && (!hasWidthSize || width < widthSize)); ViewCompat.setOverScrollMode(view, fit ? ViewCompat.OVER_SCROLL_NEVER : ViewCompat.OVER_SCROLL_ALWAYS); } } private void logMeasureWarning(int child) { if (BuildConfig.DEBUG) { Log.w("LinearLayoutManager", "Can't measure child #" + child + ", previously used dimensions will be reused." + "To remove this message either use #setChildSize() method or don't run RecyclerView animations"); } } private void initChildDimensions(int width, int height, boolean vertical) { if (childDimensions[CHILD_WIDTH] != 0 || childDimensions[CHILD_HEIGHT] != 0) { // already initialized, skipping return; } if (vertical) { childDimensions[CHILD_WIDTH] = width; childDimensions[CHILD_HEIGHT] = childSize; } else { childDimensions[CHILD_WIDTH] = childSize; childDimensions[CHILD_HEIGHT] = height; } } @Override public void setOrientation(int orientation) { // might be called before the constructor of this class is called //noinspection ConstantConditions if (childDimensions != null) { if (getOrientation() != orientation) { childDimensions[CHILD_WIDTH] = 0; childDimensions[CHILD_HEIGHT] = 0; } } super.setOrientation(orientation); } public void clearChildSize() { hasChildSize = false; setChildSize(DEFAULT_CHILD_SIZE); } public void setChildSize(int childSize) { hasChildSize = true; if (this.childSize != childSize) { this.childSize = childSize; requestLayout(); } } private void measureChild(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, int position, int widthSize, int heightSize, int[] dimensions) { final View child; try { child = recycler.getViewForPosition(position); } catch (IndexOutOfBoundsException e) { if (BuildConfig.DEBUG) { Log.w("LinearLayoutManager", "LinearLayoutManager doesn't work well with animations. Consider switching them off", e); } return; } final RecyclerView.LayoutParams p = (RecyclerView.LayoutParams) child.getLayoutParams(); final int hPadding = getPaddingLeft() + getPaddingRight(); final int vPadding = getPaddingTop() + getPaddingBottom(); final int hMargin = p.leftMargin + p.rightMargin; final int vMargin = p.topMargin + p.bottomMargin; // we must make insets dirty in order calculateItemDecorationsForChild to work makeInsetsDirty(p); // this method should be called before any getXxxDecorationXxx() methods calculateItemDecorationsForChild(child, tmpRect); final int hDecoration = getRightDecorationWidth(child) + getLeftDecorationWidth(child); final int vDecoration = getTopDecorationHeight(child) + getBottomDecorationHeight(child); final int childWidthSpec = getChildMeasureSpec(widthSize, hPadding + hMargin + hDecoration, p.width, canScrollHorizontally()); final int childHeightSpec = getChildMeasureSpec(heightSize, vPadding + vMargin + vDecoration, p.height, canScrollVertically()); child.measure(childWidthSpec, childHeightSpec); dimensions[CHILD_WIDTH] = getDecoratedMeasuredWidth(child) + p.leftMargin + p.rightMargin; dimensions[CHILD_HEIGHT] = getDecoratedMeasuredHeight(child) + p.bottomMargin + p.topMargin; // as view is recycled let's not keep old measured values makeInsetsDirty(p); recycler.recycleView(child); } private static void makeInsetsDirty(RecyclerView.LayoutParams p) { if (!canMakeInsetsDirty) { return; } try { if (insetsDirtyField == null) { insetsDirtyField = RecyclerView.LayoutParams.class.getDeclaredField("mInsetsDirty"); insetsDirtyField.setAccessible(true); } insetsDirtyField.set(p, true); } catch (NoSuchFieldException e) { onMakeInsertDirtyFailed(); } catch (IllegalAccessException e) { onMakeInsertDirtyFailed(); } } private static void onMakeInsertDirtyFailed() { canMakeInsetsDirty = false; if (BuildConfig.DEBUG) { Log.w("LinearLayoutManager", "Can't make LayoutParams insets dirty, decorations measurements might be incorrect"); } } } 

Answer:

Instead of using any library, easiest solution till the new version comes out is to just open b.android.com/74772. You’ll easily find the best solution known to date there.

PS: b.android.com/74772#c50 worked for me

Answer:

Replace measureScrapChild to follow code:

private void measureScrapChild(RecyclerView.Recycler recycler, int position, int widthSpec, int heightSpec, int[] measuredDimension) { View view = recycler.GetViewForPosition(position); if (view != null) { MeasureChildWithMargins(view, widthSpec, heightSpec); measuredDimension[0] = view.MeasuredWidth; measuredDimension[1] = view.MeasuredHeight; recycler.RecycleView(view); } } 

I use xamarin, so this is c# code. I think this can be easily “translated” to Java.

Answer:

Update your view with null value instead of parent viewgroup in Adapter viewholder onCreateViewHolder method.

@Override public AdapterItemSku.MyViewHolder onCreateViewHolder(ViewGroup parent, int viewType) { View view = inflator.inflate(R.layout.layout_item, null, false); return new MyViewHolder(view); } 

Answer:

You must put a FrameLayout as Main view then put inside a RelativeLayout with ScrollView and at least your RecyclerView, it works for me.

The real trick here is the RelativeLayout…

Happy to help.

Answer:

i suggest you to put the recyclerview in any other layout (Relative layout is preferable). Then change recyclerview’s height/width as match parent to that layout and set the parent layout’s height/width as wrap content. it works for me

Answer:

I have not worked on my answer but the way I know it StaggridLayoutManager with no. of grid 1 can solve your problem as StaggridLayout will automatically adjust its height and width on the size of the content. if it works dont forget to check it as a right answer.Cheers..