Unless I'm missing something, there doesn't appear to be an analogue to the CanUserResizeRows from the standard library WPF DataGrid and even with the row headers enabled, there's no way for a user to manually set the row height?
I have a use case where there may be many newlines in the data, so automatically resizing to show the whole of the row's data is not really ideal from a UX perspective, but I would expect the user to be able to resize the row if they wanted to.
Am I right in concluding that SfDataGrid doesn't allow this, and if not is it likely to gain this feature?
Farjana Parveen AyubbDecember 11, 2019 06:23 AM UTC
Thank you for using Syncfusion controls.
Currently SfDataGrid does not have a support for row resizing, so we have considered to provide support for “Row resizing support in SfDataGrid” in WPF and logged feature request for the same. We will implement this feature in any of our upcoming release.
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