Since: BlackBerry 10.0.0
Represents different types of flick modes for a ListView.
Flicking is a gesture used to scroll a ListView. The gesture involves a touch, drag, and release motion along the layout axis of the list. For the flick behavior to be triggered, there must be sufficient speed in the motion of the gesture, unless FlickMode::None is specified in which case flicking is disabled.
Represents the different types of flick modes.
- Default 0x0
The default flick gesture, which is currently set to Momentum.
- None 0x1
Flick gestures are disabled.Since:
- Momentum 0x2
A flick gesture along the layout axis generates a momentum scroll effect proportional to the speed of the flick gesture.Since:
- SingleItem 0x3
A flick gesture along the layout axis scrolls the ListView a single item in the direction of the flick.