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setting rowheader color

Hi, i am setting the rowheder color to red: System.Drawing.Color.Red; Is the system-style "Windows-classic" the rowheader appears red. Is the system-style "Windows-XPStyle" the rowheader appears silver. To set the color with RGB generates the same effect. Any idea to set the rowheader color in windows-XPStyle correctly? greetings markus

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AD Administrator Syncfusion Team September 30, 2003 05:55 AM

Have u set the propertyy themesenabled= True Regs Rajaraman > Hi, > i am setting the rowheder color to red: > System.Drawing.Color.Red; > > Is the system-style "Windows-classic" the rowheader appears red. > > Is the system-style "Windows-XPStyle" the rowheader appears silver. > > To set the color with RGB generates the same effect. > > Any idea to set the rowheader color in windows-XPStyle correctly? > > greetings markus > > > >


MK Markus Kraft September 30, 2003 07:14 AM

Hi, now i have themesenabled = false and it works o.k., but the XPLook&Feel is disabled. Fine is a way to set the color in themesenabled = true mode.


AD Administrator Syncfusion Team September 30, 2003 08:30 AM

You can have Themesenabled = true for the grid and then disable theming for individual cells by setting GridStyleInfo.Themed = false That way you could turn off themes only for the header style and let everything be drawn themed as before. Stefan

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