I have a finished Winforms app with Syncfusion 188.8.131.52 that works perfectly in Windows 10 and runs on Win 11, but has odd problems on Windows 11. I'm not convinced yet that this is a problem related to Syncfusion. In any case, button cells in the Grid control and also a button control on the UI seem to fail to trigger on clicks when running in production on Windows 11. The Win 11 box is that of a client's, and I don't have access to her Windows 11 machine, so I can't track down this problem easily. I have a feeling the problem is related to filesystem permissions. The app won't even throw exceptions and I can't seem to trap any errors for debug reporting. I am accessing app-specific files (SQLite and a few other files) in C:\ProgramData, setting all permissions and running as Administrator, and all the usual things along those lines. I'm asking to see if anyone else has these problems on Windows 11 Winforms apps. Thanks for any tips!
We have reviewed the reported issue with the information provided. However, we regret to inform you that we were unable to reproduce the reported click event issue for button type cells in GridControl with a Windows 11 machine. We have attached the image for your references.
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Thank you for your reply. I should have explained more clearly. My button implementations work perfectly as intended on my Windows 10 desktop. It runs perfectly and the grid buttons and other buttons work perfectly in Visual Studio and in the installed published project on my development machine. But when my customer runs the program on her new Windows 11 computer, the grid buttons do nothing. This has something to do with her environment, I am thinking, and not with Syncfusion. I am hoping someone else in the forum community may have clues to what Windows 11 might be doing that is causing this behavior. The exception traps and internal tracing files have not revealed any clues. The event handlers are never entered.
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