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Double clicking on datagrid cell

Posted on 2003-10-22
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How do i raise an event when double clicking on a c# datagridcell. I registered my delegate with the doubleclick event handler but events are only fired if i double click on any part of the grid except the cells, e.g. headers. The cell seems to select its content and swallow the the event. Maybe i do not understand how the datagrid does its event managment. Cells do not seem to have the own event handlers so it figure that the grid should tak responsibility. So Q1: How do i get the event to reach my handler. Q2: How do i turn off the cell content selection when single or double clicking. Perhaps the two are related. In relation to Q2, I have set the cell editing to readonly.

Any answers?

Thanks
Micah
 
public void foo()
{
  this.logTable = new DataGrid();
  this.logTable.ReadOnly = true;
  this.logTable.DoubleClick+=new EventHandler(logTable_DoubleClick);
}

protected void logTable_DoubleClick(object sender, EventArgs args)
{
                  
}

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