There is enough space for the grid to fit all the data into the width, but when the code is run, there is a horizontal scrollbar for what appears to be just one character. I have a feeling this has something to do with the filter button.
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We have analyzed your query before proceeding further we need some more details to validate further at the end. Kindly share the entire grid code snippet.
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Here is the grid code.
We have analyzed your
code and we would like to inform you that the scroll bar will be rendered once
content within the grid exceeds the width of the grid. In order to avoid rendering
of scroll bar we suggest you set the width property of the grid.
There is plenty of room to fit the grid width in the container. The fields are set to auto width. This issue doesn't happen if I remove the filters.
We could see that from your attached screenshot that there is only space on the grid's height. When the filter menu is removed, the grid's content fits within the width of the grid container, so the scroll bar is not rendered. This is the default behavior of the grid. In order to overcome the reported issue kindly set the width property of the grid.
I don't think you're understanding the question. There is enough space in the container to fit the width of the grid with the filters on it. For example, if I take away one of the columns, so there is definitely enough space for the width, this issue still occurs.
This happens even with the width set
This looks even worse than just using auto width. I don't see why there isn't an easy answer for this.
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