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How can I change the color for a ons-list-item

  • I want to change the styles to the v-ons-list-item by some conditions.
    Like the bug type to bee blue line,
    issues to be green line.
    If I use the background-color: #xxxxxx
    it will be very bad look.


    What I can do better?

  • OK,
    I know how to do …
    use background: rgba(54, 25, 25, .5);
    opacity will look better.

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  • I was looking for the same solution from a long time but I was not getting any solution for the same.
    I tried the above shared steps and they really worked for me.
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