I have a form with 4 grid controls on it, using office2010black theme. Each one is based on the one before it in a hierarchy mode but for work flow reasons I am not wanting to use a single grid.
It's working beautifully so far but the only complaint is the user doesn't know which grid has the focus before using arrows or enter for navigation. If I could change the row selection colour or even just stick a coloured border round the grid that has focus that would be great.
I tried changing the grid border in the grid's enter event but nothing changed I'm assuming as all the visual style examples I found in the forums seem to fire off the grid formatting event which by the time my user is clicking round the grids is long over.
Is there something I can change after the form is loaded and the grids are filled with data to indicate which one has focus that will fire off when the user clicks on or tabs into a grid?