That is completely impossible.
Once the grid is paged, it can no longer be aware that there are other pages besides the one it is currently showing. In other words, the grid is totally clueless that there is paging going on -- when the user clicks buttons on the pager, the grid "thinks" that someone is changing it entire ItemsSource.
Imagine that our data is 1,2,3,4 and we have a page size of 2. When we are on the first page, the grid thinks that its ItemsSource is the 1,2. When we are in the second page, the grid thinks that its ItemsSource is 3,4. So when the ItemsSource is 3,4 you simply cannot scroll to 2 since this item is not in the ItemsSource. So you can not scroll to an item, which is on another page since this item is not in the ItemsSource of the grid.
I hope this makes sense.
the Telerik team
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