I have reoccurring issues with the appearence of RadGrids in all my screens.
One common issue that occurs especially when there are a lot of columns and space is at a premium. You can view the screenshots of it here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/32500879@N07/3037010645/
Initially when the grid is rendered along with the rest of the screen during the startup, there wouldn't be any issues. Everything is where they are supposed to be. But once the grid is placed into its edit mode, the column headers are mutiated: the text alignments are lost, and appear confused between choosing wrapping the text or not, creating mirrored text and doubling the height of the header to compensate the garbled text within. Returning the grid back to its display mode doesn't fix the headers. The only known fix is to move the mouse cursor over the affected columns and they would return to their actual state.
The following is the ASP code used for the grid:
Another that occurs is when I execute a grid command that doesn't call the grid to rebind or the page to reload. The screenshots of this issue is here : http://www.flickr.com/photos/32500879@N07/3037010649/
The previous fix, of moving the mouse cursor over the headers, would still work only for the header but the remaining of the grid still remains mutilated and not configured according to the "Outlook2007" skin's CSS file. The following is the ASP code used for the Grid:
The following is the VB code for the "Add" command:
I've tried callng Grid.Rebind() after the command's execution but to no avail. The only fix I know is to call the function that is used to retrieve the grid's data and re-render the entire screen.