Can i make a list with separated cells, using a datamaster to populate the fields?

Tim Ingvorsen shared this question 5 years ago
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Is it possible?


Creating ist, and populating them with text, images etc, is easy.. But it is an ongoing list..


Is there any way to create a list where the cells are separated? Like when you scroll your news feed on facebook iOS app for instance?

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I'm sorry but I don't understand what you mean by 'a list where the cells are separated'. Could you explain it a bit further for me please?

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Yes.


I can create a datamaster that populates a list(datagrid) with certain items.. Labels, images, date etc.


But the list will become an ongoing list, with all cells attached to eachother. Then you can add a gradient etc, to make the list look great.


AND I can make a datamaster for each user, with a name, pic, a few labels, and then use a datagrid to form some kind of user list in my app using separate datamaster and datagrids for each user to avoid the ongoing list. I will in this case set the distance in pixels between each datagrid as preferred, inside a dynamic panel to make the list scrolling.


But can I create 1 single datamaster with ALL my users, their profile pic, name etc, and use 1 single datagrid, and set a separation between the cell(containers holding the user info)? It would make it easier to make some kind of news feed for your app. Or a list of users on separated lists.

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You mean something like this?


http://www.justinmind.com/usernote/te...

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Yes.


But if i add a background color to that list, they will look like a continuing list without spcaing/separation between the cells.


I know it is an odd question, becaue i could just make a datamaster for each user, and use a datagrid for each user..


But the question is if the datagrid is so smart that i can use a single datamaster on a single datagrid, and set some spacing between the rows..

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I can't see why not. You can either use the border properties for the row or place something that works as a separator in the row.