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33797 Aug 26,2005 09:46 AM UTC Aug 29,2005 08:03 AM UTC WinForms 3
Tags: GridControl
Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On August 26, 2005 09:46 AM UTC

Hi, I am using MultiColumnComboBox v3.2.1. Although the number of rows is less than MaxDropDownItems, I have to scroll to see the last row. Any workaround for that ? Thanks, Michael

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 26, 2005 11:25 AM UTC

Hi Michael, It works fine for me.Here is a sample. Ensure MaxDropDownItems is not set in your code when you change the value in the designer. Regards, Stanley

Michael Cruanes
Replied On August 29, 2005 07:23 AM UTC

Hi Stanley, Try to hide the last columns and you will see the problem. The following reproduces the issue: private void Form1_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e) { DataTable dt = new DataTable("table"); for(int i = 0; i < 8; i++) dt.Columns.Add(new DataColumn(string.Format("Col{0}", i+1))); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"1st Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(1),735}); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"2nd Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(2),835}); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"3rd Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(3),335}); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"4th Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(4),436}); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"5th Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(5),035}); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"6th Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(5),930}); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"7th Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(6),543}); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"8th Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(6),145}); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"9th Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(7),636}); dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"10th Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(7),990}); // dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"11th Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(9),636}); // dt.Rows.Add(new object[]{"12th Row", DateTime.Now.AddDays(10),990}); this.multiColumnComboBox1.DataSource = dt; DisplayMember = "Col2"; this.multiColumnComboBox1.DisplayMember = DisplayMember; this.multiColumnComboBox1.MaxDropDownItems = 10; this.multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.PrepareViewStyleInfo += new Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Grid.GridPrepareViewStyleInfoEventHandler(Grid_PrepareViewStyleInfo); multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[6] = true; multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[7] = true; multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[8] = true; } Best Regards, Michael

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 29, 2005 08:03 AM UTC

This problem does not occur in 3.3. In 3.2.1, I was able to avoid it by setting the colwidth=0 instead of setting the Hidden property. // multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[6] = true; // multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[7] = true; // multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.Cols.Hidden[8] = true; multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.ColWidths[6] = 0; multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.ColWidths[7] = 0; multiColumnComboBox1.ListBox.Grid.ColWidths[8] = 0;


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