I''m trying to work around disabled cells in my grid. However, I''ve run into a problem when I''m in the last column of a row, and the cell in the next row (last column) is disabled. In the QueryNextCurrentCellPosition, instead of the GridDirectionType.Right that I expect to get, I get Down. (Sample attached). As a result, the next cell jumps a row.
Does anyone have any suggestions how I can detect this situation and hence fix the movement?