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    AW: HOW TO: Create a simple media list interface

    The DefaultMenuItemContainerStyle contains a Button while the normal DefaultItemContainerStyle only shows the item's contents.



    If you want a ListView which shows a menu, use the MenuListViewStyle, for example.
     
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    Re: AW: HOW TO: Create a simple media list interface

    Ok I understand. Now my listview is:

    <ListView Grid.Row="1" Grid.Column="1" Margin="0,20,20,20" Style="{ThemeResource MenuListViewStyle}" >

    Thanks a lot
     
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