Is there a way to mimic the microsoft access row header triangle in the standard gridcontrol, like in the groupingGrid? Or some way to indicate the row header of the cell that is currently active?
We currently use code similar to the "highlight row" example but this seems to slow down our application. We are looking for a very light-weight way to show our user the current row.
ADAdministrator Syncfusion Team January 13, 2005 09:16 AM
You can draw the bitmap in CellDrawn to decorate the header cell of the current row. You can used the currentcell moved event to trigger the drawing. Here is a minimal sample.