A longshot: We have one user out of 200 on who''s machine the scroll bars for the grid are not displaying.
On a form, there is a panel control which is anchored top,left,right,bottom. The GridControl (virtual mode) is docked "fill" inside that panel.
When the grid rows extend down past the bottom of the form, there is no vertical scrollbar.
Have you ever heard any reports of that?
ugh - sorry, found the problem, moments after posting this. (doesn''t that always happen?) :)
The DPI settings for the laptop display were set to 125%. I guess that changes the dialog units on the forms and shifts everything down and to the right (probably making the scrollbars go off the visible form)
I remember this from back in the C++ / MFC days, dialog units are relative to the DPI, but thought in .NET this was no longer the case?
Just thought I''d post the answer to my own question here for others.