hi , this error
hi , this error
Are you sure that error comes from this block? Tested on companion and could not replicate error
On screen initialize gives error
But I believe it is because selection needs some time, so I added a clock, set time interval to 100ms and no error
thank you so much
If the list is long, the same problem comes back even with the timer
Set the timer interval to 1000ms (1 second), and try again.
The same thing happens with a timer interval in 1000 ms
I have this same error message appearing randomly in my app too. It started a few days ago when I built the app in the test environment and now it happens with 188 (with companion 2.62u). I was previously having the text filter problem with a list view - which has now disappeared in both live and test - but its left this nasty behind.
Dear, with the new update of the listview, do the test again, but when I enter the screen I get this error, does anyone know what it could be?
Attempt to invoke virtual method void androidx.cardview.widget.CardView.set BackgroundColor(int) on a null object reference
Looking into this.
OK, it appears that when SelectionIndex is called in screen initialize event, the CardView objects have not been loaded into the ListView yet.
This could also happen if the SelectionIndex is set using blocks when the element being selected is not displayed on the device screen.
I am submitting a fix. I'm not sure what the timing of the release will be. Until then, in most cases the selection should work on a later event.
What behavior do you expect, and what are you observing?
When click the btn_restart, the lista_numbers is loaded into the ListView.
When click btn_remove, I delete the selected element.
When click the btn_restart again, the lista_numbers doesn't load in the ListView, I was expecting it to load.
(Tested in MIT Companion 2.62 and installed)
Don't know when can get the latest update ?
Getting the same error with listview after compiling to apk.
I think there are multiple issues being reported on this thread, and I'm having trouble sorting them.
@Juan_Antonio has posted a project that is giving unexpected results, and they believe it is an issue with the Refresh block. Correct?
@albert_choong has posted a screenshot of an index error in setBackgroundColor. Can you provide me blocks or a project where this occurs?