The description can be seen in intellisense suggestions for improved usability of the widgets. Somehow it just inexplicably stops working the way we expect it to.You can find more detailed information in the following topic: Columns and Layout The Multi-Row Layout feature enables you to create complex grid record layouts, that contain multiple rows with cells in them spanning multiple columns and rows.Such structure allows for greater rendering flexibility for grids with many columns that would otherwise require a horizontal scrollbar or when the data shown is better presented in a non-tabular fashion.The add new row UI is rendered inline next to its parent.now use union types to declare a more specific type.
As you can see below, the dot after my Xml Node type towns didn’t pop up the intellisense menu.
Hmnyari, Same here, it would be easy to rename Intellisense to either Intelli NONsense, or Intellipain!
Besides just being painfully slow, half the time, it's telling me there are no errors when errors exist, etc.
Initializing the Multi-Row Layout is done entirely through the ig Grid's column collection.
Four new properties are added to the column definition that specify the position and size of the column - Checkbox column visual appearance have changed and it's square box is not going to be rendered when the grid is in display mode. This change is due to refinement of the experience for the end-users, who naturally perceived that this was an interactive element, which they can click to toggle.
The solution (although a strange one) is quite an easy one to resolve. This will open the Roaming sub-folder in the App Data folder. Be aware though that if you have Visual Studio 2010 installed, you will lose all your Visual Studio 2010 settings and preferences (This doesn’t affect your projects though).