Aha! I stand corrected.
That is not what i understood from the API documentation...
could you describe the exact differences (and usage example) of the
About calling 'invalidate()':
Does calling invalidate() on a list-item's View cause the 'getView()'
method of an Adpater to be called?
If i'm not mistaken, getView() does not get called on 'invalidate()'.
But i could be wrong. TWan may need the adapter's getView() to be
called for specific items to properly update the items' views.
On May 28, 12:17 pm, Romain Guy <romain...@google.com
> No, notifyDataSetInvalidated() causes the entire content of ListView
> to disappear. It's even more inefficient than notifyDataSetChanged().
> If you want to refresh the content of a specific item, call
> invalidate() on its View. If you changed the content of the Adapter
> though, call notifyDataSetChanged().
> Romain Guy
> Android framework engineer