Just out of my head. Paging which is based on windows size and list
size would need to take these into consideration. Not sure this change
is trivial.

Juergen

On 7/18/06, Aaron Hiniker <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>  I frequently have the need to filter the elements in a ListView.. of
>  course I can filter elements before passing them to ListView by creating
>  a new List, but it seems a lot cleaner to have an accept() method, just
>  like in IFeedbackMessageFilter or whatever.
>
>  ie:
>
>
>  add( new ListView( "list", myList ) ) {
>      public void onPopulateItem( ListItem item ) { ... }
>      public boolean accept( ListItem item ) {
>          return ((MyEntity)item.getModel()).isActive();
>      }
>  }
>
>
>
>  Would this be trivial to add to the ListView component?
>
>  ie:
>
>
>  Aaron
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