call manually listview.modelChanged() after the update of its List
this will call onModelChanged

On Sun, Dec 4, 2011 at 8:37 PM, hfriederichs <h.friederi...@ohra.nl> wrote:
> Yes, I'm sorry, I wrote /I tried various methods, onChange and the like/ by
> which I meant onModelChanged(). But onModelChanged() isn't called when a row
> is added. I think that makes sense, because the backing List on itself
> hasn't changed.
> Furthermore, I experimented by replacing the ListView by a DataView, but no
> calling of onModelChanged() there either.
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