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Resizing columns get conflict with QueryCellStyleInfo

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31588 Jul 11,2005 08:16 AM Jul 12,2005 06:05 PM Windows Forms 1
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Luis Javier Mompart
Asked On July 11, 2005 08:16 AM

why using mouse to resize a column seems to broke into pieces my QueryCellStyleInfo logic. looks like new EmptyCells and Sections appears, so with EmptyCells i put, // if(e.TableCellIdentity.TableCellType == GridTableCellType.EmptyCell) // return; at the beginining of the event handler, works for the RecordRows, but not for my empty sections, debugging a bit i think that i saw a new column?? is it possible, maybe i have to reset my columndescriptor to the original state reseting visiblecolumns inside some event handler after resizing columns. thanks in advance.

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Replied On July 12, 2005 06:05 PM

Hi Luis, not sure what could be wrong. Simply resizing a column should not create new sections. It should only modify the GridColumnDescriptor.Width of the column you resized. Do you have a sample that demonstrates the problem you are having? Thanks, Stefan >why using mouse to resize a column seems to broke into pieces my QueryCellStyleInfo logic. > >looks like new EmptyCells and Sections appears, so with EmptyCells i put, > >// if(e.TableCellIdentity.TableCellType == GridTableCellType.EmptyCell) >// return; > >at the beginining of the event handler, works for the RecordRows, but not for my empty sections, > >debugging a bit i think that i saw a new column?? is it possible, maybe i have to reset my columndescriptor to the original state reseting visiblecolumns inside some event handler after resizing columns. > >thanks in advance.

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