I have an IE tree-view web control in an ASP.NET application. The tree view is displayed in a pop-up modal window, where the window does not have any scroll bar, where as the tree view control has scroll bars. Now the problem is on load some node is selected by default (depending on some business rules).
But if this node is not visible in the focused area of the tree view control, one has to scroll down the control to view the selected node. Instead I was looking forward to some mechanism by which a selected node automatically scrolls and is visible in the focus-area of the tree view control.
My requirement seems to be similar to EnsureVisible() method in a Windows Forms Tree View ;-)
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