Posted 8 September 2017, 3:20 pm ESTI saw a post from a couple of years back saying that OnDoubleclick() or OnCellDoubleclick() were not raised when a user double clicks the right edge of a header cell to resize the column.
The response was that this would be reported as a bug.
I am trying to override that action myself in Spread 9 ... but it still doesn't fire.
Is this going to be addressed? Or has it already been addressed in some other way?
There are really 2 issues:
The first is that it does not allow me to resize a column wider than the visible grid width.
(I initially set the width to slightly less that the available width and if I double click the header edge it only increases it a few pixels - to the available display width - instead of making it about 4x wider.)
The second is that it does not raise any OnDoubleclick method.
I need to be able to handle resizing of 'wide' columns.
That is columns that are wider than the current width of the grid.
Users want to be able to scroll through the contents of a wide cell, But currently the cell is never set wider than the grid so I want to use that double click to set it to the full required width ... then restore it to the grid width if they do it again. (A cell might be many grid widths wide so they don't generally want to leave the column that wide, and dragging it narrower would take many separate drag operations.)