Item type combinations

A list can only be composed of items of the same type. However, it is possible to use some item types for different purposes. An example is a setting list that contains an item for accessing a sub-list of settings. In this item, the value box is omitted so that the item looks like a regular selection item, and selecting it opens another list. Similar techniques are possible with other double item types, too.

Figure: Setting list containing a non-setting item to access another view