|126196||Sep 29,2016 03:46 PM||Oct 4,2016 09:23 AM||WPF||5|
Assembly: Syncfusion.Tools.Wpf, Version=10.404.0.53, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=3d67ed1f87d44c89
Assembly location: C:\Program Files (x86)\Syncfusion\Essential Studio\10.4.0.53\assemblies\4.0\Syncfusion.Tools.Wpf.dll
private void Button_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
var collection = (this.DataContext as ViewModel).GDCSource;
foreach (var item in collection)
item.EmployeeName = "Sync";
Launch application from attached sample:
Select “Male” from Gender combo on right side.
Notice all visible rows change to “Male”
Drag vertical scrollbar slowly to the bottom. Slow
enough that you can see all the rows as they scroll by. In this case, all rows updated
and displayed properly. Often, the first change is okay (though not always).
Change the Gender pulldown to “Female”. Notice
all visible rows change to “Female”.
Slowly scroll up by dragging the vertical scroll
bar. Notice in this case that some of the rows still show as “Male”. Sometimes
dragging quickly instead of slowly helps. Sometimes not. Flip back and forth
between “Male” and “Female”, scrolling the grid between each change and
eventually the problem with manifest.
Click on one of the Male cells. It immediately changes
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