A couple questions in relation to events:
Is it possible to catch a click/tap of a NavigationBar button which has already been clicked (e.g. when the item is already selected in the view pane and no change is occurring?) An alternative to this that would be better in my case would be if the selected button can be hidden outright such that it acts more like an Accordion control (e.g. expanding the active button into the view pane as it is with the header instead of having the header text plus button text duplicated and taking up space on screen.)
Tried crossing this out but strikethrough doesn't seem to want to work outside of the editor in Waterfox (based on Firefox.) Is it possible to catch a click/tap of a NavigationBar header? (I have a TreeListView inside of the NavigationBar - both are bound to the same data source and I'd like to be able to treat the node that acts as a category as a traversable node in itself by clearing the TreeListView selection and setting the selected item to a downstream content view to be the same source as the category item in the NavigationBar.) See follow-up comment for solution if you come across this searching for how to do it.
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