What adapter to use with a Spinner and a ListView in the same layout?

by Dan U. » Fri, 18 Apr 2008 16:17:11 GMT


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 h, so the xml you posted is notes_list.xml? That might be the
problem. I think the adapter is looking for a layout file describing a
single item in the list, not the layout that contains the listview.

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