Thanks for your reply.
I tried the code you sent, but there is a problem.
as you can see in the attachment, I entered some input for 3 cells.
The first one is in English, there is no problem.
The second is in hebrew, there is a problem, I don''t know if you know hebrew so I explain in the third cell.
The third cell, I type number, I typed "1234" but as you can see is shows "2341".
This will continue if I go to other cells as well.
The problem is the same as in hebrew or RightToLeft. The first letter/number is OK and then it''s as if the computer pressed the "Home" key or the "End" key.
Please tell me if there a solution for this problem. I want to buy and use this grid but this is a big probelm.
>The Answer for your question is yes. The GridControl''s RightToLeft property value indicating whether control''s elements are aligned to supprt locales using right to left fonts and also set the couple property for Localization of the grid. Please find the code snippet below.
>//The GridControl''s RightToLeft property indicating whether control''s elements are aligned to supprt locales using right to left fonts
>this.gridControl1.RightToLeft = RightToLeft.Yes;
>//The Grid''s TableStyle''s RightToLeft property indicate if cell contents read from right to left.
>this.gridControl1.TableStyle.RightToLeft = RightToLeft.Yes ;
>Grid''s TableStyle''s CultureInfo property holds rules for parsing and formatting the cell''s value.
>this.gridControl1.TableStyle.CultureInfo = new System.Globalization.CultureInfo("he-IL");
>Please take a look at the GridLocalization.zip sample
that illustrates the above and let me know if this helps you.
>Thanks for your interest in Syncfusion products.