When I click on the empty space on the scroll bar on a grid that has frozen columns, it scrolls too far, so you skip some columns every time you click-scroll. I think it's skipping the width of the frozen columns.
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answered on 18 Mar 2014, 08:30 AM
Indeed, this is the expected behaviour of RadGridView. For example it will be the same as using MS DataGrid. However, you can try to manually bring into view a specific column using the ScrollIntoViewAsync method. Please, check this help article for a reference.
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It's not the way excel works though. My users are going to be clicking the horizontal page to view things one horizontal page at a time. I'm going to have to capture that click then calculate how many columns are shown at the current width of the grid and then move it manually. Is this something you could have built into it for the future?
answered on 21 Mar 2014, 01:13 PM
Thank you for your feedback. I will raise this question on our next planning meeting.