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Set view gravity inside of TextSwitcher dinamically

Aleksey Vladimirovich
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Hi guys! I have a problem with setting gravity of the TextView within TextSwitcher - I want it to be centered (horizontally and vertically), I've spent about 4 hours on it and haven't found the solution so far.
That's how I add TextView into TextSwitcher:

Activity layout:

And custom TextView layout:


Android API used: version 7
That's how it looks now:

I want this text to be centered vertically. What am I doing wrong, guys?
 
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