Linkify Extension - Detect Links

A handy little tool. Thank you for your contribution :+1:

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@Techno_Vedang
Is it possible to direct hyperlinks to the app's (named) webviewer, instead of the external browser ?

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Thank you very much

Thanks for these kind words. Your words are motivating me a lot.

Extension works on android. Yes it opens in new window of chrome.

Java is used to make extensions. You can read the extension documentation of ai2.

Best whishes to you buddy.

Thank you very much @TIMAI2 :heart_eyes::heart_eyes:

Hmm I don't think it is possible coz I am using Linkify class. Still I will research on it and thanks for your suggestion. :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Nice extension @Techno_Vedang :grinning:

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Thanks @Shameek_Biswas :kissing_heart:

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Wow, Awesome Extension @Techno_Vedang :heart_eyes:
I really love your work :kissing_heart:

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Thanks you very much @Salman_Dev

Yeah same to you. :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Great extension. I was looking for something similar once. Can I suggest an idea for a different extension also related to Label?

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Thanks :grin: :heart_eyes:

Yes, why not

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I used to need drop-down labels. When we have a long text in the label and we don't want to display the whole text by default, the extension could limit the text to e.g. 100 characters and add a shortcut to expand "more". After clicking on "more" the label would expand and the link would change to "less". Then clicking on "less" the label would roll back to 100 characters.

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Maybe it can be possible. I will take a look.

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This extension is great, it's very useful!!!! :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Nice Extension. Pretty Useful.

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@Techno_Vedang you should remove the word label and add component because it will also take components like - button, checkbox and maybe text input also etc.

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I don't think so

According to android docs we have to use it in TextView

TextView webURL = new TextView(this);  
webURL.setText("https://www.google.com/");  
Linkify.addLinks(webURL , Linkify.WEB_URLS);

As you can see we have to pass TextView.

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Great work buddy. :slight_smile:

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as per me you are doing like-
TextView tv = (TextView) label.getView();
and if you assign it then textview also takes - button, checkbox

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Can anyone give the aia because in my app linkify not working please give aiaπŸ˜“

Welcome,

Try watching this tutorial first. I found it on YouTube. It uses the same extension.

I made a screenshot from his video:

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Also, it would be helpful if you posted your relevant blocks first. Maybe it's the problem with your blocks, not with the extension?

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Great extension @Techno_Vedang This is something I was wanting for my notes app. :clap:t2:

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