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Cell Renderers vs. Cell Editors

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1371 Oct 22,2002 11:01 AM Oct 22,2002 12:20 PM Windows Forms 2
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robert bergelson
Asked On October 22, 2002 11:01 AM

In java,there is a distinction between a cell rendered and a cell editor. The cell renderer shows the current value of a cell, while the cell editor is shown only when the cell has focus. Is there any way to mimic this behavior with the gridControl ? For example, I would like to see a NumericUpDown control only when I have clicked on the cell to activate editing.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 22, 2002 11:24 AM

If it is buttons you want to hide, there is a property setting, GridControl.ShowButtons, that you can use to hide the buttons. In the current 1.1.0.0 release, you can make the buttons stay hidden until the cell becomes the currentcell using the setting below. In the next release, there are additional properties that allow you to keep the buttons hidden until the cell actually starts editing.
gridControl1.TableStyle.ShowButtons = GridShowButtons.ShowCurrentCell;

robert bergelson
Replied On October 22, 2002 12:20 PM

Clay, Thanks for the help. This worked great !!! Bob

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