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    Default Unanswered: Infinite List DOM Nodes - ST2.1

    I'm trying to make an infinite list with alternating rows highlighted. The problem I'm having is there is an odd number of nodes in the list's DOM tree. When the first node wraps back around, there are two highlighted nodes next to each other. It seems the easiest solution is to render an even number of list item nodes - is it possible to set the number nodes that are rendered?

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    How are you figuring which row is being highlighted?
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    I am using css, something like this:

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    .alternating-list .x-list-item:nth-child(even) {
        background-color: #eeeeee;
    }

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