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I have asked a similar question before so I apologize for asking this one but I am stuck. If you see the following layout file, you'll see that I have three buttons in each row. The text on each button is either 3 or 4 characters. I want all buttons to be same size. But the button in first column in each row is greater than the other two. How can I do this. I just changed it to dip and still dont work. I had "wrap_content" for width before.

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you should be able to work this out using android:weight attribute.
I don't have time to look at your code; see these threads:
1. Two equal width buttons and
2. Fixed width button

 
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