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Width and Height of Headers in Design View

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6146 Aug 1,2003 03:58 PM Aug 1,2003 06:22 PM Windows Forms 1
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ERobishaw
Asked On August 1, 2003 03:58 PM

IMHO GridControl Hidden Collections -- in IDE designer, should start with 0, so you can set the header row and header column to invisible... OR have a header row hidden property, etc... (Unless I'm missing something I don't see how to do it) There also seems to be a bug in that if you go to interactive mode, and manually drag the column width of the row header to 0, there's no way to get it back to visible...

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 1, 2003 06:22 PM

Currently, I think you have to manage hiding and showing the row/column header from code. I will make a request to have this changed. I am not sure if there is a technical reason for not including 0 in the ColWidths/RowHeights/HideRows/HideCols collections, but we will look into it.

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