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Registered: ‎09-22-2010
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SwipeView implemented as PaneManagerView



I am trying to implement a SwipeView (for those that are a bit familiarized with Android. for those who aren't imagine a listfield navigating horizontally and each item occupies the whole screen), but since I noticed there is no such Field in BlackBerry (or maybe it is and I don't see it), I decided to use PaneManagerView. All good, just that I don't need the title.

In order not to use it I set the title to have a preffered width of 0 and the Pane is initialized with NullField as header. All good except I am seeing all the time a white line on top of the PaneManagerView and it is not coming from another field or background but from PaneManagerView - looks to be the separator between content and title.


Did anybody else tried to do something similar? If so and you have used PaneManagerView how did you managed to not display neither the title, neither the separator between title and content?