I downloaded this sample, but can't open it on Windows 8 and Visual Studio 2012 due to incompatibility issues. Seem like it is done with Visual Studio 2010 and requires some changes before it can be run on Visual Studio 2012
As Rohits79HK says, the problem exists when the lists or collection resets. Did anyone found a solution to this problem? What is the best approach to solve this?
If you bring up scenario #8 - Incremental Loading example, you'd see that list view does not reset back to item 0 on pressing "Reset button", i.e. the focus on the list still remains to a different index. When you start scrolling immediately the listview reset back to 0 To reproduce 1- Scroll and add a few segments to the list view 2- Press Reset button, in my case the first item I see right after resetting is item 33 or something, the moment i start scrolling it brings item 0 in view.
in the C++ employee.h file, you find the following comment: // in c++, it is not neccessary to include definitions of add, remove, and raise. // these definitions have been made explicitly here so that we can check if the // event has listeners before firing the event So my question is, what does the sample look like without all the code that we don't need? It's not clear what I need to remove.