Spotlight - Android Library that lights items for tutorials or walk-throughs etc...

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if you want to show Spotlight immediately, use addOnGlobalLayoutListener to wait until views are drawn. simply set a title and description, these position will be automatically calculated.

https://github.com/TakuSemba/Spotlight

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