I would like to be able to determine the rows in a selection only after I''ve let go of the mouse button, i.e., GridSelectionReason.MouseUp.
Currently I can do that by handling SelectionChanged, but it fires once each time for every row that was selected, which is weird.
It seems logical that the MouseUp reason on a selection changed event should only occur on the last row in the selection, but that doesn''t seem to be how the GridControl handles selection changing events.
Thoughts on this?
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team April 21, 2004 11:26 AM
When a new row is added to the Selections, then the Selections are changing (For example, you could be trying to listen to the changing so you can ''specially color'' the selections. If this what you need, then you would want to see the event on every row change).
In SelectionsChanged, you could dynamically test Control.MouseButtons == MouseButtons.Left to pick out the case when you have not ''finished'' selections yet (ie, the mouse still down). maybe this would give you what you need.