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GridGroupingControl has too many limits...

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119365 Jun 11,2015 04:43 AM Jun 12,2015 08:32 AM Windows Forms 3
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maurizio ziraldo
Asked On June 11, 2015 04:43 AM

Hi,

I've worked a lot on GridGroupingControl during the past two days, but I did not found any solution to these problems:

1) if I use Metro style, I can change the color of text, background and bottom border of headers, but there is a light gray border around header's cells that I cannot change or remove in any way. Is it right?

2) I cannot find a solution to have a grid readonly, selectable by row and  with filter bar. If I use ListBoxSelection(...) options to make the grid selectable by row and readonly:
ListBoxSelectionMode = One
ListBoxSelectionCurrentCellOptions = HideCurrentCell
then the filter bar does not work any more (the dropdownlist of filters does not appear).
Any other solution?

3) filter bar cannot be customized: for example you cannot change his height to make it different from the other rows of the grid; in addition you cannot remove the option "(Custom...)" from the dropdownlist. Right?

maurizio ziraldo
Replied On June 11, 2015 04:59 AM

Hi,

I've worked a lot on GridGroupingControl during the past two days, but I did not found any solution to these problems:

1) if I use Metro style, I can change the color of text, background and bottom border of headers, but there is a light gray border around header's cells that I cannot change or remove in any way. Is it right?

2) I cannot find a solution to have a grid readonly, selectable by row and  with filter bar. If I use ListBoxSelection(...) options to make the grid selectable by row and readonly:
ListBoxSelectionMode = One
ListBoxSelectionCurrentCellOptions = HideCurrentCell
then the filter bar does not work any more (the dropdownlist of filters does not appear).
Any other solution?

3) filter bar cannot be customized: for example you cannot change his height to make it different from the other rows of the grid; in addition you cannot remove the option "(Custom...)" from the dropdownlist. Right?

Ok, forget question number 1) : support gives me a solution using TableControlDrawCellFrameAppearance event to change borders colors.

maurizio ziraldo
Replied On June 11, 2015 06:45 AM

Ok, there's a solution also to questions at number 3):

a) for filter bar height, refer to:


b) for custom options list, refer to:


Now, using a custom filter cell seems to solve also case 2)..... so at last, GridGroupingControl has no so many limits :-)

Solai A L [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 12, 2015 08:32 AM

Hi Maurizio,

Thank you for your interest in Syncfusion products.

We glad to know that you have found the solution for your queries. We also like to provide you a additional information regarding Metro theme customization. Using SetMetroColors you can customize the Metro theme.

UG:

http://help.syncfusion.com/ug/windows%20forms/index.html#!Documents/applyinguserdefinedcolorsasmetrothemes.htm

Please let us know if you have any other concerns.

Thanks & Regards,

AL.Solai.


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