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I have a grid that contains more rows than are displayed.  If  I use the Pg-Up/Dn buttons, the grid scrolls and "sticks."  If I use the mouse wheel or the scrollbar arrows or drag the scrollbar chicklet with the mouse, the grid scrolls and stays positioned to where I scrolled for a moment but then scrolls back to the starting position.  Is there any way to make it "stick" when using these methods?


If I'm quick to click in the grid, I can make it "stick" but this is not acceptable.


Hopefully I explained this well enough.


Peace,

..Rob..

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      We had an issue with grid widgets and scrolling, I think it related to them being in a container form (in our case in a tab widget), and the 'solution' was to click into a cell in the grid widget before trying the scrolling. 

      I've found the call in support and it's UFC-23502 - It's about using the scroll bar on contained forms which do not officially have focus. It was closed as 'it just does this' and suggested that we try and use setformfocus. 

      Is your grid problem in a contained form which does not (yet) have focus? 

      1. Rob Maciok

        Just a regular modal form (tried it various other ways as well).  As I mentioned above, if I'm quick to click in the grid, I can make it "stick" but this is not acceptable.

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