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MouseClick event in "Control" CellType

Hello: I have a grid with cells of CellType "Control" which contain a treeview. When I want to click on the treeview to expand or contract a node I must first click the cell in which it resides so it gets focus, then click the +/- sign to fire the click event for the treeview. How can I programmatically get focus to the cell and fire the treeview''s click event with a single mouseclick? Thanks, Jeff

2 Replies

AD Administrator Syncfusion Team August 30, 2004 08:34 PM UTC

The grid does try to forward the click to the control in the cell. Here is a sample that puts a treeview in a cell in a GridDataBoundGrid that responds to the first click. It uses QueryCellInfo to manage this in the GridDataBoundGrid, but setting it in a GridControl also seems to respond to the first click. I am using Are you doing something different? 5495_5258.zip

JL Jeff Lancaster August 31, 2004 12:56 PM UTC

You''re right Clay - that works fine. Turns out the problem was actually in the way I had my treeview set up. Thanks for your help. Jeff

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