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Bug: Hidding row causes frozen row count incorrectly

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24790 Feb 10,2005 02:02 PM Feb 10,2005 07:07 PM Windows Forms 1
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Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On February 10, 2005 02:02 PM

Hi there, I am running into another problem with v3.0 when calling grid.Rows.Hidden[i] = false. I have 3 frozen columns in my application. After setting the hidden property to false, my top two rows are frozen and I can''t scroll them any more. The RaiseRowHiding(GridRowColHidingEventArgs e) in the GridModel.cs file is called. The if statement is incorrect, it should have been ''if (e.From <= this.Rows.FrozenCount)'' rather than ''if (e.From <= this.Cols.FrozenCount)''. I also have another issue related to the docking manger that I posted in a separate thread, and still waiting for respond. Please let me know if the hidden row I mentioned above is an issue or not, if so, when will I be able to pickup the fix. We are about to release a product soon, so I am hoping my two issues can be resolved ASAP. thanks, Patrick

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 10, 2005 07:07 PM

Hi Patrick, you are right. This should be if (e.From <= this.Rows.FrozenCount) We will fix this in our code base. Stefan >Hi there, > >I am running into another problem with v3.0 when calling grid.Rows.Hidden[i] = false. I have 3 frozen columns in my application. After setting the hidden property to false, my top two rows are frozen and I can''t scroll them any more. > >The RaiseRowHiding(GridRowColHidingEventArgs e) in the GridModel.cs file is called. The if statement is incorrect, it should have been ''if (e.From <= this.Rows.FrozenCount)'' rather than ''if (e.From <= this.Cols.FrozenCount)''. > >I also have another issue related to the docking manger that I posted in a separate thread, and still waiting for respond. > >Please let me know if the hidden row I mentioned above is an issue or not, if so, when will I be able to pickup the fix. We are about to release a product soon, so I am hoping my two issues can be resolved ASAP. > >thanks, >Patrick > > >

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