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Looking at the example you referred, the behavior could be considered as expected.
If you take a look at the default template of GridViewRow
, you may notice an element DataCellsPresenter
. This element is responsible for drawing cells in each type of row.
Visually this element is rendered on the top of all elements, as part of GridViewRow's template.
example uses the default WPF AccentBrush from our QSF-UI for WPF.
In case you need to apply a background to a cell and to persist the default highlight of a row you should use a color, which allows transparency:
May you verify how this corresponds to your needs?
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