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Drop down cells

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24691 Feb 9,2005 09:44 AM Feb 9,2005 10:56 AM Windows Forms 1
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Mike Woolley
Asked On February 9, 2005 09:44 AM

I have a grid for which I''ve created several drop-down controls to use, based around your DropDownControlCellModel example. The problem I have is that I want to use components on the drop-down that themselves have a drop-down component (notably your own DateTimePickerAdv control). When this drop-down is activated, the grid drop-down closes. I can of course stop this from happening by using a DropDownFormCellModel and having the drop-down modal. However, I''d ideally like to have the drop-down close when the user clicks away from it rather than having to explicitly close the form with a button. Any ideas?

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 9, 2005 10:56 AM

Mike, if you intend to use a dropdown in the Grid''s cells, then you should use a special GridDropDownContainer instead of the regular PopupControlContainer. The attached C# sample project shows you how this is done. Please look for "SF Comments" in source code. Sample C# project: http://www.syncfusion.com/kb/tools/Files/GridInDropDown.zip Stefan >I have a grid for which I''ve created several drop-down controls to use, based around your DropDownControlCellModel example. > >The problem I have is that I want to use components on the drop-down that themselves have a drop-down component (notably your own DateTimePickerAdv control). When this drop-down is activated, the grid drop-down closes. > >I can of course stop this from happening by using a DropDownFormCellModel and having the drop-down modal. However, I''d ideally like to have the drop-down close when the user clicks away from it rather than having to explicitly close the form with a button. > >Any ideas?

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