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Shane Woodward
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Shane Woodward asked on 01 Feb 2012, 10:53 PM
We have approx 1000 rows in a RadGridView (version 2011.2.808.40) with grouping on one column resulting in 5 groups.

I have noticed that when scrolling down using the arrow key that when you scroll past a group header (GridViewGroupRow) the grid will auto scroll the group header to the top of the view port before continuing to scroll as normal. This produces a jump in the display, especially as the group header is initially out of sight (just beyond the bottom of the view port).

Is there any way to turn this behavior off, so that a group header scrolls into view and then up the page like any other row?

Thanks!

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Vera
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answered on 03 Feb 2012, 10:05 AM
Hi Shane,

This behavior is by design as RadGridView tries to show the whole group in the view port. As you can see in this video, if the group contains just a few rows RadGridView will scroll to the last one and the group header will not come to the top.
Unfortunately, at this point we are not able to suggest any workaround.

Let me know in case further assistance is needed. 

Kind regards,
Vera
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