As you can see, I have a dataChange method in there, but it's
not necessary here.
The idea is to replicate the "wordWrap" property of the List
element, so that text will wrap, but at the same time, I need to
seperate the text values into two seperate elements for design
reasons. Obviously, each pair of text needs to be one List Item,
hence the item renderer.
Problem is, once you start scrolling, it gets VERY buggy,
some of the text starts to get cut off, and the scroll bar goes
whacky, it seems like it doesn't know how to calculate the true
height of the list correctly, it seems to readjust itself as you
Is this a known issue, or am I not implementing something
necessary to make this work?
Hi, I'm having the same issue. I'm trying to get the list to
scroll by pixels instead of row height. This is because one row may
be larger than the screen and thus you won't be able to view all
the text. Did you ever find a solution?