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reduce the Margin in image in list tile view

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i have an list tile view in agentry application. we are developing on SMP3.0 for Ipad IOS9. i have one image in the rightmost part in the row. Even if i put the width of the image to the maximum and the image position is also right middle but still there is some margin between the image and the list. I don't want any space between the image and and the row it should be close to the row.

Please suggest how i can remove the small space between the image and the list row. See the image attach. i have highlighted the image with red line. i want to remove the space. i put the mask color ,hove,selected color but nothing is working.

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2015 at 08:38 PM

    Looking at your screenshot it doesn't appear to be an issue with your image but rather the fact that the list tile has a built in margin all around it. Look at the left side and you will see that your fields (starting in column 1 don't draw right at the edge of the tile but have a margin also top and bottom as well. I don't believe we have any control over the tile margins. You only option would be to develop your own list tile control in Open UI and hopefully control the setting there.

    --Bill

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