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    I have been following video tutorials on Android Studio and I am referred to the hello world app.
    I found the video tutorial and all went well until about 5 minutes in on the "activity_main.xml" page. there are no Design and Text buttons on the bottom left as in the video. the display appears to be set in design.
    How do I switch to text mode or get the buttons?

    It seems as though Code and Design in the top right corner do the same thing. Perhaps this is a version issue.

    #1 hippolochus, Jul 24, 2020
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