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AI Companion
AICompanionMenuItem
AboutScreen
AboutScreenProperties
Information about the screen. It appears when "About this Application" is selected from the system menu. Use it to inform people about your app. In multiple screen apps, each screen has its own AboutScreen info.
AboutScreenPropertyDescriptions
AboveRangeEventEnabled
AboveRangeEventEnabledProperties
AboveRange
AboveRangeEvents
AbsoluteStrength
AbsoluteStrengthProperties
Indicates the absolute strength of the field.
AbsoluteStrengthPropertyDescriptions
Indicates the acceleration changed in the X, Y, and/or Z dimensions.
AccelerationChangedEventDescriptions
AccelerationChanged
AccelerationChangedEvents
Non-visible component that can detect shaking and measure acceleration approximately in three dimensions using SI units (m/s<sup>2</sup>). The components are: <ul><li> <strong>xAccel</strong>: 0 when the phone is at rest on a flat surface, positive when the phone is tilted to the right (i.e., its left side is raised), and negative when the phone is tilted to the left (i.e., its right size is raised).</li> <li> <strong>yAccel</strong>: 0 when the phone is at rest on a flat surface, positive when its bottom is raised, and negative when its top is raised. </li> <li> <strong>zAccel</strong>: Equal to -9.8 (earth''s gravity in meters per second per second when the device is at rest parallel to the ground with the display facing up, 0 when perpendicular to the ground, and +9.8 when facing down. The value can also be affected by accelerating it with or against gravity. </li></ul>
AccelerometerSensorHelpStringComponentPallette
Returns whether the accelerometer is available on the device.
AccelerometerSensor__AvailablePropertyDescriptions
If true, the sensor will generate events. Otherwise, no events are generated even if the device is accelerated or shaken.
AccelerometerSensor__EnabledPropertyDescriptions
Prior to the release that added this property the AccelerometerSensor component passed through sensor values directly as received from the Android system. However these values do not compensate for tablets that default to Landscape mode, requiring the MIT App Inventor programmer to compensate. However compensating would result in incorrect results in Portrait mode devices such as phones. We now detect Landscape mode tablets and perform the compensation. However if your project is already compensating for the change, you will now get incorrect results. Although our preferred solution is for you to update your project, you can also just set this property to “true” and our compensation code will be deactivated. Note: We recommend that you update your project as we may remove this property in a future release.
AccelerometerSensor__LegacyModePropertyDescriptions
The minimum interval, in milliseconds, between phone shakes
AccelerometerSensor__MinimumIntervalPropertyDescriptions
AccentColor
AccentColorProperties
This is the accent color used for highlights and other user interface accents.
AccentColorPropertyDescriptions
Accept an incoming connection with the Serial Port Profile (SPP).
AcceptConnectionMethodDescriptions
AcceptConnection
AcceptConnectionMethods
Accept an incoming connection with a specific UUID.
AcceptConnectionWithUUIDMethodDescriptions
AcceptConnectionWithUUID
AcceptConnectionWithUUIDMethods
Accuracy
AccuracyProperties
The most recent measure of accuracy, in meters. If no value is available, 0 will be returned.
AccuracyPropertyDescriptions
ActionBar
ActionBarProperties
Property for ActionBar
ActionBarPropertyDescriptions
Action
ActionProperties
Returns the action that will be used to start the activity.
ActionPropertyDescriptions
Event raised if this ActivityStarter returns because the activity was canceled.
ActivityCanceledEventDescriptions
ActivityCanceled
ActivityCanceledEvents
ActivityClass
ActivityClassProperties
Returns the class part of the specific component that will be started.
ActivityClassPropertyDescriptions
The ActivityError event is no longer used. Please use the Screen.ErrorOccurred event instead.
ActivityErrorEventDescriptions
ActivityPackage
ActivityPackageProperties
Returns the package part of the specific component that will be started.
ActivityPackagePropertyDescriptions
A component that can launch an activity using the <code>StartActivity</code> method. <p>Activities that can be launched include:<ul> <li> Starting another App Inventor for Android app. To do so, first find out the <em>class</em> of the other application by downloading the source code and using a file explorer or unzip utility to find a file named "youngandroidproject/project.properties". The first line of the file will start with "main=" and be followed by the class name; for example, <code>main=com.gmail.Bitdiddle.Ben.HelloPurr.Screen1</code>. (The first components indicate that it was created by Ben.Bitdiddle
ActivityStarterHelpStringComponentPallette
Returns the result from the activity.
ActivityStarter__ResultPropertyDescriptions
Returns an instant in time some days after the given instant.
AddDaysMethodDescriptions
AddDays
AddDaysMethods
Returns an instant in time some duration after the argument
AddDurationMethodDescriptions
AddDuration
AddDurationMethods
Returns an instant in time some hours after the given instant.
AddHoursMethodDescriptions
AddHours
AddHoursMethods
Returns an instant in time some minutes after the given instant.
AddMinutesMethodDescriptions
AddMinutes
AddMinutesMethods
Returns an instant in time some months after the given instant.
AddMonthsMethodDescriptions
AddMonths
AddMonthsMethods
Returns an instant in time some seconds after the given instant.
AddSecondsMethodDescriptions
AddSeconds
AddSecondsMethods
Returns An instant in time some weeks after the given instant.
AddWeeksMethodDescriptions
AddWeeks
AddWeeksMethods
Returns an instant in time some years after the given instant.
AddYearsMethodDescriptions