Disable Fading Edges Scroll Effect Android Views


When a view is scrollable like HorizontalScrollView or a TextView in an Android Intent, a gradient effect is seen at the end of scroll (depending upon the scroll, i.e. Scroll-Up, Scroll-Down, Scroll-Sideways Right or Left). This effect is called an Over Scroll Effect.

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Disable Fading Edges Scroll Effect Android Views

You can disable this effect by either adding code to a Layout XML file or Programmatically in Java Code :

Layout XML

Add the below attribute to your View tag.

android:overScrollMode="never"

Java Code (Programatically)

Add setOverscrollFooter(null) and setOverscrollHeader(null) on your view object.

view.setOverscrollFooter(null);
view.setOverscrollHeader(null);





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