ListAdapter: View.GONE on some element

by arnouf » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 21:10:38 GMT


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 Hi all,

I've a big issue...

In a ListView using a BaseAdpater extension, I would like hide some
entries (using View.GONE in my getView method).

The line is erase, but i've still grey line between each record.

How can I change that?

Thanks a lot!

Regards
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ListAdapter: View.GONE on some element

by Dianne Hackborn » Wed, 15 Apr 2009 01:49:41 GMT


 That is not how ListView is supposed to work.  You need to make the actual
entry in the adapter disappear.






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