Path.approximate() not supported on android studio 0.8.14 beta

Rendering Problems

Path.approximate() not supported.

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  • 3 Solutions collect form web for “Path.approximate() not supported on android studio 0.8.14 beta”

    You can also switch rendering theme to Theme.Black and pick API 20 version to render layouts in Android Studio.
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    It seems to be a bug in the appcompat-v7:21.+

    I’ve changed compileSdkVersion and targetSdkVersion in my app’s build.gradle file from 21 to 20 and everything works now.

    I tested on a real device and it works. Just ignore the error.

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