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Global Mode???

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801 Aug 20,2002 08:58 AM Aug 20,2002 03:52 PM Windows Forms 1
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Trevor Redfern
Asked On August 20, 2002 08:58 AM

I upgraded my controls to 1.0.2.4 and now when I'm in the design mode the grid has global mode written all over it and doesn't seem to be drawing properly in design mode, particularly if it is docked to the form. Any ideas?

Clay Burch [Syncfusion]
Replied On August 20, 2002 03:52 PM

The word Global is indicates a design mode where the grid is treated as 'standard' control that you can move, size and position like most other controls. If you click on the Interactive Mode verb under the property grid, the Global word goes away and indicates the grid is in an interactive mode where you can do things like size rows/columns, set cell styles and generally interact with the grid. Clicking on the Interactive Mode verb again will put it back into the Global Mode and the word Global will appear again. This is strictly a design time function. Regarding the docked grid not drawing properly in the design mode, this is a bug that will be corrected. In the meantime, if you manually position the grid before you set the Dock property, the 'improper' drawing will be minimized.

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