Custom GridView becomes Scroll-less

by argongold » Wed, 16 Mar 2011 23:12:31 GMT

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I have extended a GridView and Override onTouchEven() function to
achieve onTouch and onLongTouch functionality for GridView items. But
I found the extended GridView is no longer scrollable when I fling it
or try to move up or down.

Suppose it should keep is scroll functionality if I don't Overried it.
Can any one let me know what I am missing here and what I have to do
for keeping other functions as it is in a Gridview.

Thanks & Kind regards,


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