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Setting to always show a full row???

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47647 Aug 9,2006 02:38 PM UTC Aug 10,2006 05:30 AM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: GridControl
Philip Bishop
Asked On August 9, 2006 02:38 PM UTC

Is there a setting that I am missing that will always show me a full row in my grid? Right now we just adjust the height until it shows you the entire row before it has to scroll. We did this for a couple of reasons. One so before we had to scroll it would show a whole row and not a partial one and also so that when the grid was scrolled all the way to the bottom there would then be NO empty space. The problem I am running in to is with our 3rd party resizer. When someone designs forms with the taskbar set to autohide versus versus someone designing with taskbar showing. This then affects what the client will see based on whether they have there taskbar showing or set to auto hide. My resizer is causing it to show partial rows in certain scenarios. Is there a setting that will always show me a full row all the time that might fix this for me? And will this work whether or not its designed with taskbar at auto hide or not?

Thanks in advance

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 10, 2006 05:30 AM UTC

Hi Phil,

To always show the entire row, you can resize the columns in the grid to fit over the grid''s client area. To do this, Grid.Model.QueryColWidth has to handled as explained in the KB artilce below.
How can I have my grid auto adjust column widths so that the columns completely fill the grid''s client area

Please refer to attached sample for more details.

Thanks for continued interest in Syncfusion Products.


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