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ShowMessage(listview1.itemappearance.Header.text, Item.text)

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Hi I need to drill into the ItemAppearance of the tlistview and ,
Showmessage of Footer, Header, Item.
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I don't have XE4, so can't actually try anything out.
What error are you getting?
XE2's ShowMessage takes one parameter only, but your title implies two.
If you want to show a single string with three strings in it, you could use:
ShowMessage(format('%s:%s:%s',listview1.itemappearance.header.text,listview1.itemappearance.footer.text,item.text]));

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Or post some code (and a description of what you expect to see)..
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by:Grant1842
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I am doing an IOS app so the FMX.listview i a m using has more propertys than  one for windows.

as posted I need to show message for FMX.listview> ItemAppearance > 
Footer(Text, Detail)<show message of the Text and Detail
Header(Text, Detail)<show message show message of the Text and Detail
 Item(Text, Detail)<show message show message of the Text and Detail

Whish I could edit the title of the question. I just look at the listview for windows and it does not have the extra sup property as when you use it for firemonkey ios app,
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by:Grant1842
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Anyone have any thoughts on how to do this ?
THanks
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by:Grant1842
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LVThe 1,2,3 are the Headers (Item.Text).

How can I do a simple show message to show these values.
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by:Grant1842
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I have learned some new info.

showmessage( lvCustomers.Items.Item[0].Detail)
This will return the 1 in the first Header.

I need to do someting like
showmessage( lvCustomers.Items.Item[lvCustomers.Selected].Detail)

I need to get the Detail of the record I click on in the FMX.Listview.

Anyone here done this before.
Thanks
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Try:
showmessage( lvCustomers.Items.Item[lvCustomers.ItemIndex].Detail)
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Thanks Guys
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