Cell Wrap forcing Update.

Originally Posted 19 October 2016, 11:35 am EST

  • Originally Posted 19 October 2016, 11:35 am EST

    I have a very odd and very sporadic problem in my vb.net application.

    The first time I go into a grid on a form and start typing into the last editable cell on a row, when the text reaches the visible bounds of the column (regardless of column width) it will automatically post what you have typed.

    If you are unaware of this it you carry on typing and override what you have just typed. This doesn't happen on the second time through.

    I was wondering if this is some behaviour you can actually activate and is accidently turned on the first time, if so any idea where it would be? Or is it a bug? Can anyone help?

    Danny
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    Hi Danny,

    If I understood correctly, text is assigned to the cell automatically if you type in the last cell of a row and the entered text exceeds column bounds. I am sorry to mention but I could not replicate the issue using the latest TrueDbGrid build version 4.0.20162.188 at my end. Please refer to the attached application demonstrating the same.

    In case you are working with any older build, please verify the behavior with the latest build which can be downloaded from here:
    http://prerelease.componentone.com/dotnet20/c1winforms/2016-T2/C1WinForms.2_2.0.20162.188.zip
    http://prerelease.componentone.com/dotnet40/c1winforms/2016-T2/C1WinForms.4_4.0.20162.188.zip

    If the problem still persists on using the latest build as well, please modify the attached application and share back so that I can reproduce the issue at my end and assist you further accordingly.

    Thanks,
    Pragati
    2016/10/prj_CellTextAutoset.zip
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