Android :: Scrolling A ListView Changes Everything From White To Black
I have a custom list view and I want the background of the list to be white, so I do something like this which works great.
The problem is when you scroll the list the background of all the list items changes to black, which looks horrible.
I tried in my list view setting the background color to white. When I inflate the view I also tried setting the background color to white:
Both of these fix the problem of the scrolling background color, but now the item doesn't appear to be clickable even though it is. What I mean by that is the onClick still works fine, but the background doesn't flash to orange to let the user know he clicked it.
How can I have a white background in a list view, that stays white while scrolling, and does the normal list acitvity orange click background?
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