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Problem in VSFlexGrid

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Hello,

I have serious problem with VSFlexGrid. I am explaining my problem :

I have VSFlexGrid in my form. VSFlexGrid consists of data ie. It is filled with data. It has 9 columns. When I click on perticular cell say Row 1 and Column2, and after that I click on next button, to move next record, value of that cell disappears. And again when i click on that cell, value is visible.

Do i need to set any property or something else?

Kindly let me know if u know the answer. I am stucked with this problem
Apr 10 '07 #1
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Hello,

I have serious problem with VSFlexGrid. I am explaining my problem :

I have VSFlexGrid in my form. VSFlexGrid consists of data ie. It is filled with data. It has 9 columns. When I click on perticular cell say Row 1 and Column2, and after that I click on next button, to move next record, value of that cell disappears. And again when i click on that cell, value is visible.

Do i need to set any property or something else?

Kindly let me know if u know the answer. I am stucked with this problem
You could try checking all properties that relate to cell foreground and background colours. Also look up anything to do with a "marquee", or hiding a selection when leaving the control. It could be simply that the colour of an inactive selection (selection in a control which doesn't currently have the focus) is the same colour as your background, or has identical foreground and background.
Apr 10 '07 #2

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You could try checking all properties that relate to cell foreground and background colours. Also look up anything to do with a "marquee", or hiding a selection when leaving the control. It could be simply that the colour of an inactive selection (selection in a control which doesn't currently have the focus) is the same colour as your background, or has identical foreground and background.

I dont understand your reply clearly. What statment do i need to write and on which event?
Plz let me know
Apr 10 '07 #3

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I dont understand your reply clearly. What statment do i need to write and on which event?
Plz let me know
I don't know exactly which event or property may be involved. That's why I suggested some areas to investigate.
Apr 11 '07 #4

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