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Edit Mode vs Display

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41067 Feb 21,2006 04:47 PM Feb 22,2006 04:43 AM Windows Forms 1
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Steve
Asked On February 21, 2006 04:47 PM

Create a new windows project, place a grid control on the form, and the following code in the load event. this.gridControl1[1, 1].Text = "3*Running Miles*Running Miles*Running Miles*Running Miles*Running Miles*Running Miles*Running Miles*Running Miles*Running Miles"; this.gridControl1.RowHeights[1] = 225; this.gridControl1.ColWidths[1] = 75; Run, and notice that when you switch from edit mode to display mode that the text is rendered differently. Specifically, it appears that the wrap is handled differently in edit mode as opposed to display mode. Thanks, Steve

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Replied On February 22, 2006 04:43 AM

Hi Steve, The grid uses the GDI+ drawing for displaying text in the cells, this causes the difference. Kindly refer to the forum thread in which, Stefan ( a grid architect ) had replied related to this issue. Also refer to this KB article on "Why text appears different when drawn with GDIPlus versus GDI" in the microsoft webiste. Regards, Madhan

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