|author||Vighnesh Raut <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Dec 21 17:16:55 2022 +0530|
|committer||Vighnesh Raut <email@example.com>||Tue Jan 10 11:14:49 2023 +0530|
Fixed "clickable" modifier doesn't work with ImmersiveList * In the "focusableItem" modifier, we add a "focusable" modifier. Now, if the user adds the "clickable" modifier, the "focusable" modifier added by us has no effect. So, we are now removing the "focusable" modifier from it. Now, user will have to manually add "focusable()" or "clickable()" along with "focusableItem". Since this is an immersive list item, ideally, the item will always be clickable. * Renamed "focusableItem" modifier to "immersiveListItem" modifier which is a better name for the new API and also this makes it clear, while reading, that this modifier is only part of "ImmersiveList" and also makes doesn't hint that "focusable()" modifier would be auto-applied * Moved the immersive list component out of the sub-package * Added missing ktdocs for params * Added sample immersive list usage Bug: b/263061052 Test: Updated tests Relnote: "Renamed `focusableItem` to `immersiveListItem` and removed `focusable()` modifier. Now users will have to manually add `focusable()` or `clickable()` modifier along with `immersiveListItem`" Change-Id: I1fd6c8cca3d7f4e810ad838ec1aad0b3c3e41450
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