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listbox mvvm - scroll into custom row

asked 2019-12-31 18:33:50 +0800

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In pure mvvm, how to scroll to custom row number

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answered 2020-03-25 18:45:47 +0800

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I am utilizing the MVVM design, I have a view which makes another ViewModel, after the client clicks spare, this view is shut and a seperate see is opened which shows an assortment of view models in a ListView. This ListView is arranged in sequential order request, so the new ViewModel may show up at the base of the ListBox, which isn't quickly obvious to the client. My inquiry is how would I get the view to auto look to the recently included thing? I surmise that It will utilize appended practices, and the ScrollIntoView occasion on the ListView, anyway its which occasion that I have to catch from the GridView that I am uncertain of..

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answered 2020-03-26 10:51:21 +0800

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updated 2020-03-26 11:01:43 +0800

Currently, there is no MVVM way to scroll a listitem into a view. please call the method: https://www.zkoss.org/javadoc/latest/zk/org/zkoss/zul/Listbox.html#scrollToIndex-int-

If you want to keep your ViewModel clean without referencing a component, you can apply a composer to the listbox to handle such a scrolling logic separately.

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