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How to use getOriginalContentPosition

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Usage guide says to call int originalPos = adapterCalc.getOriginalContentPosition(position); to get the correct index of the data in the adapter.

But, I find the function used in the library to have 2 more parameters.
public int getOriginalContentPosition(int position, int fetchedAdsCount, int sourceItemsCount)

Can you update the usage example and guide.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 7 years ago
  • Reactions:1
  • Comments:7

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tarunmahecommented, Aug 30, 2016

Hey @clockbyte thanks a lot. Not urgent. I would take the changes from the master. 😃

clockbytecommented, Aug 30, 2016

@technohowl Finally I’ve added it. See public int translateSourceIndexToWrapperPosition(int sourcePos, int fetchedAdsCount) in You could get the fetchedAdsCount as shown in the previous sample. Hope it will help.

P.S. get the latest from the master. Do you need a maven lib to be updated urgently?

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