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DecoratedCustomViewStyle

open class DecoratedCustomViewStyle : NotificationCompat.Style
kotlin.Any
   ↳ androidx.core.app.NotificationCompat.Style
   ↳ androidx.core.app.NotificationCompat.DecoratedCustomViewStyle

Notification style for custom views that are decorated by the system.

Instead of providing a notification that is completely custom, a developer can set this style and still obtain system decorations like the notification header with the expand affordance and actions.

Use NotificationCompat.Builder#setCustomContentView(RemoteViews), NotificationCompat.Builder#setCustomBigContentView(RemoteViews) and NotificationCompat.Builder#setCustomHeadsUpContentView(RemoteViews) to set the corresponding custom views to display.

To use this style with your Notification, feed it to NotificationCompat.Builder#setStyle(Style) like so:

Notification noti = new NotificationCompat.Builder()
          .setSmallIcon(R.drawable.ic_stat_player)
          .setLargeIcon(albumArtBitmap))
          .setCustomContentView(contentView)
          .setStyle(<b>new NotificationCompat.DecoratedCustomViewStyle()</b>)
          .build();
      

If you are using this style, consider using the corresponding styles like androidx.core.R.style#TextAppearance_Compat_Notification or androidx.core.R.style#TextAppearance_Compat_Notification_Title in your custom views in order to get the correct styling on each platform version.

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DecoratedCustomViewStyle()