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Grid Scrolling Problem

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9617 Jan 4,2004 07:19 AM UTC Jan 4,2004 08:14 AM UTC WinForms 1
Tags: GridControl
Alexander Arlievsky
Asked On January 4, 2004 07:19 AM UTC

Hi, Probably this problem was reported before - when I scroll (horizontally) the grid, there are some white space after the last column. From your code I can see that scrolling is done not in pixels, but in column "units", so left column always begins on the left boundary of the grid. Obviously, scrolling logic like this leads to such problem. Our product is right-to-left, and we solved most problems with RTL support in the grid on the application level (changed order of columns, alighment, etc). Due to RTL, our first column is the righmost column from the grid point of view. So the white space is not after last column, but before first one, and it looks very ugly. Our client refuses to accept it in current state, and if you don''t provide us with some solution we may be forced to drop your product, which in all other senses is very conveninent to us. We don''t expect and/or require immidiate solution, but we have to get it working in , say, 6 months. Can you promise us it ? If you are in doubt just say so, we prefer to move to another product now, and not in the last moment after investing another half year. Thanks, Alexander Arlievsky. alex@mprest.com

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 4, 2004 08:14 AM UTC

Pixel scrolling is supported through a simple property setting in the 2.0 version of our grids. You can submit a Direct Trac support incident requesting download instructions for the latest 2.0 beta code.


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