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GridGroupingControl TabIndex in EssentialStudio 3.2.1.0

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44046 May 11,2006 03:05 PM UTC May 14,2006 04:54 PM UTC General Discussion 1
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Sourabh Dubey
Asked On May 11, 2006 03:05 PM UTC

Hi, If I move from any control to a GridGroupingControl using TAB key, I am not able to move to another control after that. I came to know from one of the Support question that TAB movement from a Grid can be disabled by WantTabKey set to false, but this property is in Syncfusion''s 2.0 version probably(I couldn''t find a similar property in my version of GridGroupingControl anyway). Can somebody tell me how to implement this in a GridGroupingControl, i.e. how to avoid the control focus from entering a GridGroupingControl through the TAB key(I have already set the TabStop property to false)? Also, if I have a row in a GridGroupingControl control, I can focus on the first Grid cell from another type of control using the TAB key, and can browse inside the grid, but if I reach the last cell and press TAB, I am not able to come out of the grid to the next control. Can somebody help on this as well? Thanks in advance, Sourabh.

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Replied On May 14, 2006 04:54 PM UTC

Sourabh, It''s not really straight forward to get this working and we should add properties in the GridGroupingControl to make it easier but for now I created a sample that sets ggc.TableControl.WantTabKey = false (this is also there in 3.2.1.0) and handles the ProcessDialogKey to handle the Tab key the way you need it. The sample is here: GridGroupingTabIndex.zip Stefan

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