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ListView children's data performance
Adso4 last edited by
I'm dealing with some performance issues when working with a ListView that has delegates with a lot of data. My scenario is the following:
I have a ListView.
The model is defined in a class who inherits from QAbstractListModel.
The delegate have 2 states. One showing just the item id (1 field) and other showing all fields (up to 30). So when clinking in the item, it expands/collapses showing 1 or all data fields. This is working fine.
Now, I need to implement a new feature, which is "Expand/Collapse All". When clicking in a button, all the list's items will collapse/expand. In this point, and when the list has a lot of children, the items are expanded in a turbulent way, like step by step.
This is not happening when the listView is short, so I assume that the issue is because of reading so many data when item is expanded.
Is there any way to improve this behavior?