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[Library] Floating Action Button from Android L on Kitkat and below

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Hi @Faiz Malkani

I managed to backport this to 2.1+, sources are here:
https://github.com/Quinny898/Floatin...nButton-Compat

Here's what the sample project looks like (not included, it's the same + AppCompat, which is complicated to add):
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looks FABULOUS using it in my next app .. thanks
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Hey, thank you for your effort. The FAB looks really good.

To further follow the new design guideline I would suggest that you extend your
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setFabDrawable(Drawable fabDrawable)
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public void setFabDrawable(Drawable fabDrawable)
    {
        Drawable myDrawable = fabDrawable;
        mBitmap = ((BitmapDrawable) myDrawable).getBitmap();
        mBitmap = Bitmap.createScaledBitmap(mBitmap, dpToPx(24), dpToPx(24), true);
        invalidate();
    }
This makes the fabIcon as big as it should be regardless the source.


Thanks anyways.
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