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horizontal scrolling bug

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13881 May 12,2004 06:44 PM UTC May 12,2004 08:45 PM UTC WinForms 1
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damien morton
Asked On May 12, 2004 06:44 PM UTC

Hello, I have been encountering a bug in horizontal scrolling. Whats happening is that when scrolling horizontally a page at a time, a number of columns are skipped. This seems to especially happen when the column widths vary from the default. You can see a demonstration of this effect by bringing up the VirtualGrid sample and scrolling horizontally. With the columns unchanged from their initial configuration, horizontal scrolling is sometimes ambitious and skips a partial column. Increase the widths of a few columns, and horizonal scrolling begins skipping multiple columns for each page scroll. This column skipping can be very disconcerting for our users. Is there a fix or workaround for this bug? - Damien Morton

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Replied On May 12, 2004 08:45 PM UTC

I tried to see this problem in these samples: Grid\Samples\Quick Start\VirtualGrid Grid\Samples\Quick Start\VirtualGridTutorial in version 2.0.5.1 and could not see any thing. These samples have pixel scrolling set to false so they scroll the whole column on the left as one init of scrolling. Are you using pixel scrolling? Exactly how do I see this problem in these samples?

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