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ContextMenuStrip in GridControl

Hi, Clay! If I put an editable GridControl on a form and handle its CurrentCellControlGotFocus event, the TextBoxControl''s ContextMenu (e.Control.ContextMenu) is an empty ContextMenu object instead of null (set by GridTextBoxControl.OnGotFocus() method. WHY???). This is a problem as ContextMenu takes precedence over the ContextMenuStrip property (as written in MSDN "Control.ContextMenuStrip Property", Remarks section) and I want to use that also if the current cell is being edited. (I put up my ContextMenuStrip in the OnCurrentCellStartEditing override of my derived GridControl).

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team July 12, 2005 06:24 PM UTC

The default contect menu of the cell controls will vary depending upon the actual control. Have you tried setting e.Control.ContextMenu = null in OnCurrentCellGotFocus to see if that gives you what you need. If not, then you could loop through teh grid.CelRenderer''s class in Form.Load and set cellRenderer.Control.ContextMenu = null for any or all of the cell controls at that point as well.

AD Administrator Syncfusion Team July 13, 2005 06:24 AM UTC

That''s exactly what I did and it worx. Thanx.

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