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    Edward

    Hey!

     

    Working with the SwipeOption container for my ListView – I am trying to open the container when an icon button is pressed, I send the signal hideOptions() once I have tapped the button inside, but cannot seem to find a showOptions() signal (if there is something like it),

    I have tried working with the isRight: bool but this is only read only – but would like to be able to open the options when a button is hit also,

     

    Is there any way this is possible?

     

    Thaaanks!

    #22137

    Alex
    Felgo Team

    Hi Edward,

    good news, this option will be available with the next Felgo update already!

    Cheers,
    Alex

    #22142

    Edward

    Thats great!

    Do you know a rough date that this updatw will be rolled out?

    Thanks for getting back to me!

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