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DataBoundGrid

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14177 May 19,2004 09:11 PM May 20,2004 09:50 AM Windows Forms 3
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Satish
Asked On May 19, 2004 09:11 PM

Clay, Is there anyway we can make Column Heading as ''Fixed3D'' style and How can change the back color/font color of the selected cell. Thanks Satish

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On May 20, 2004 01:56 AM

I responded to the first question in your other forum thread. >>How can change the back color/font color of the selected cell Do you mean the current cell in the grid, and any cell that you have selected by dragging a cell range (or using teh keyboard to select cells). You can do both (just using different condition checks) by handling PrepareViewStyleInfo. Maybe with code similar to: GridCurrentCell cc = this.gridControl1.CurrentCell; if(cc.RowIndex == e.RowIndex && cc.ColIndex == e.ColIndex) { //color current cell e.Style.BackColor = Color.Black;//???? e.Style.TextColor = Color.White;//???? }

Satish
Replied On May 20, 2004 07:39 AM

Clay, I have tried the code which you have mentioned here but not working. I need to change the backcolor/font color of ''current cell'' in the DataBoundgrid. If i moved to another cell, I should get back the old backcolor/fontcolor of the cell again. Thanks Satish >I responded to the first question in your other forum thread. > >>>How can change the back color/font color of the selected cell > >Do you mean the current cell in the grid, and any cell that you have selected by dragging a cell range (or using teh keyboard to select cells). > >You can do both (just using different condition checks) by handling PrepareViewStyleInfo. >Maybe with code similar to: > > >GridCurrentCell cc = this.gridControl1.CurrentCell; >if(cc.RowIndex == e.RowIndex && cc.ColIndex == e.ColIndex) >{ > //color current cell > e.Style.BackColor = Color.Black;//???? > e.Style.TextColor = Color.White;//???? >} >

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On May 20, 2004 09:50 AM

It seems to work OK for me in this minimal sample. What are you doing differently. WindowsApplication3_8994.zip

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