Currently we do not allow modifications in the scrolling settings. However, I have created a sample project demonstrating a visual "disable" of scrolling in the case described. I assume that by "a row (in the Grid view) that doesn't contain any events" you mean a GanttTask in which the start and end dates are not set. Is my assumption correct?
In the attached sample project in RadGanttView.SelectionChanged
event I check whether in the newly selected GanttTask the start and end dates are with a default DateTime value ( which makes them uninitialized ) and if so I call RadGanttView
This way we move the view back to the previously selected GanttTask and it appears we have not moved at all.
Hopefully this helps.
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