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I'm using this library to implement a floating action bar and I can't seem to find a way to move the button when a snackbar appears on screen. Is it even possible with that library?

To anyone looking out for answer in future..

Coordinator Layout used as Parent Layout of Floating Action Button will handle the animation effect for you automatically.

The floating action button has a default behavior that detects Snackbar views being added and animates the button above the height of the Snackbar accordingly.

Floating Action Button Behavior


Then our SnackBar code would use Coordinatorlayout[here clayout] as parentlayout like below:

Snackbar.make(clayout, "Click on row to know more details", Snackbar.LENGTH_LONG)
                    .setAction("OK", new View.OnClickListener() {
                        public void onClick(View v) {

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Try usingandroid.support.design.widget.FloatingActionButton and CoordinatorLayout.

And then try this:

fabView = findViewById(R.id.floating_action_button_id);
Snackbar.make(fabView, "Hi", Snackbar.LENGTH_LONG).show()
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You could switch to android.support.design.widget.FloatingActionButton and use CoordinatorLayout to specify Behaviors for your views.

CoordinatorLayout is a super-powered FrameLayout.

CoordinatorLayout is intended for two primary use cases:

  1. As a top-level application decor or chrome layout
  2. As a container for a specific interaction with one or more child views

By specifying Behaviors for child views of a CoordinatorLayout you can provide many different interactions within a single parent and those views can also interact with one another. View classes can specify a default behavior when used as a child of a CoordinatorLayout using the DefaultBehavior annotation.

Behaviors may be used to implement a variety of interactions and additional layout modifications ranging from sliding drawers and panels to swipe-dismissable elements and buttons that stick to other elements as they move and animate.

Children of a CoordinatorLayout may have an anchor. This view id must correspond to an arbitrary descendant of the CoordinatorLayout, but it may not be the anchored child itself or a descendant of the anchored child. This can be used to place floating views relative to other arbitrary content panes.

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You can Use to set parentLayout - as FAB,

Snackbar.make(parentLayout, R.string.snackbar_text,Snackbar.LENGTH_LONG).setAction(R.string.snackbar_action, myOnClickListener).show();
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class CustomBehavior : CoordinatorLayout.Behavior<FloatingActionButton> {   


    override fun onAttachedToLayoutParams(params: CoordinatorLayout.LayoutParams) {

        //set dodgeInsetEdges to BOTTOM so that we dodge any Snackbars
        params.dodgeInsetEdges = Gravity.BOTTOM


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