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BaseAdapter: getView() problem

june park
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Joined: Jun 06, 2011
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Hello everyone,

I made a listview that has three textviews and a checkbox and put it into a BaseAdapter. What it has to do is if an item is at the 'unread' status, then make its textviews BOLD. However, I encountered two problems.

1. the top item is always BOLD no matter it is read or unread.
2. If I do scrolling, then items reloaded by scrolling start to be bold

I researched about it but couldn't find any good things for me. If anyone has an idea, would you please help me? Below is my getView().
 
 
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