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Border appears in the NestedView of Self-hierarchic grid

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RadTony
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RadTony asked on 15 Apr 2010, 10:35 AM
Hi,

       Evrerything was good until yesterday and suddenly a border appears in all Self-hierarchic RadGrids I have created.
The only thing I done was this (and that too in a project apart from all other important ones)

MasterTableView.TableLayout =

GridTableLayout.Fixed;
and
NestedView.TableLayout = GridTableLayout.Fixed; in the "HideExpandColumnRecursive" method.

What puzzles me is that I have done it in a project apart and this affected RadGrids in all projects (see attachment) as if it's a Dll problem.
I wonder if something has definitely changed just by putting these two lines in an experimental project.

Please tell me what I can do to remove the borders for the detailTable ? I will also search for a solution meanwhile.

Thanks in advance,
RadTony

 

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Dimo
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answered on 19 Apr 2010, 05:02 PM
Hi RadTony,

Have you set the GridLines property? It should not be set or it should be set to "None".

Are you using a custom skin? If yes, then you should use the following CSS style in the skin:

div.RadGrid_Default  .rgHeader,
div.RadGrid_Default  th.rgResizeCol,
div.RadGrid_Default  .rgRow  td,
div.RadGrid_Default  .rgAltRow  td,
div.RadGrid_Default  .rgEditRow  td,
div.RadGrid_Default  .rgFooter  td
{
    border-style:none;
    border-width:0;
}

(replace "Default" on all lines with the actual skin name)

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answered on 19 Apr 2010, 09:46 PM
Hi Dimo,

    Thanks for the reply. Indeed I changed GridLines property to "Both" ... I'll give a try without that property !
Seems that I should get more experience with the basics of RadGrid !

- RadTony 
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