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Which one is correct?

  • TilesView had consumed complete screen until I overriden onMeasure().
  • TilesView consumed complete screen until I had overriden onMeasure().
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    Also "the complete screen". – user3169 Nov 29 '15 at 18:16
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    Btw, I think "entire" and "whole" sound better than "complete". It might just be me and it might be that I don't know enough about the context. – shawnt00 Nov 29 '15 at 22:37
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I would word it like this:

TilesView consumed the entire screen until I overrode onMeasure().

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"...consumed the entire screen until I overrode..."
or
"...had consumed the entire screen until I had overridden..."

The tenses need to match. You need a definite article in there.

  • I thought that I need to move the first sentence more in past because it happened earlier than the second sentence – Leos Literak Dec 1 '15 at 7:37

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