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unbreakable
Posts: 71
Registered: ‎12-17-2009
My Device: Z30
My Carrier: O2

3-level list that used to work now don't

Hi,

 

I am pretty sure I had tried doing a three-level list in QML before, at least twice and it had worked. Unfortunately I do not remember the exact code as I did not save them. But I am not able to do it now!

Basically if, in my xml file I have

<root>
    <header title="Header 1">
         <item  name="Item 1">
         <subitem name = "ABC"/>
         </item>

...

</header>

<root>

 

I was able to achieve, using purely QML (in fact it was a very simple step such that I do not remember how I did it) to make the list show:

Header 1

Item 1

ABC

 

To my recollection, I included a ListItemComponent inside the other ListItemComponent, but somehow now that I am trying to achieve the same again, it does not work.

 

Does anyone know how to do this?

 

listItemComponents: [
                    ListItemComponent {
                        Label {
                            text: ListItemData
                        }
                    },
                    ListItemComponent {
                        type: "item"
                 
                       ListItemComponent {
                                type: "subitem"
                                Label {
                                 text: ListItemData.item
                                }
                            }  
                    

                    }

                ]

 

...I am 100% that it was possible to achieve this through QML but I just could not remember how to!

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strobejb
Posts: 267
Registered: ‎10-15-2012
My Device: bb10 developer
My Carrier: Orange

Re: 3-level list that used to work now don't

ListView supports at most 2 'levels' of hierarchy, and will not display any more than this. But you can have many different types of subitem (or items for that matter)
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