Usage of GridView

by Miracle » Tue, 14 Apr 2009 14:58:21 GMT


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 Hi there,
  I want to implement UI using GridView to fulfill this case:

 1. The items are all in one row and all of them have the same height
and width.
 2. When click one of the item, the selected item can move up/down
vertically.

 The first is easy to do.
 My issue is about the second. Do you guys know how to implement ?

thank you very much.



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