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Problems with Janus Grid EX and WIndows Pannel

Posted on 2009-05-04
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I need to resolve some questions about Janus Grid EX for .Net.

1: I have a pannel, and I call a form with a Janus Grid EX inside, and when I try to position the cursor anywhere in a text cell, I can't place and it always put the cursor at the end of the text.

If I delete the pannel and I call the form, it works ok, but I need the pannel because I need to have the Janus Grid Ex inside a pannel.

Any idea?
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Question by:ReaL10
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by:CodeCruiser
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That is weired behaviour! Are you not able to select text as well?
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by:ReaL10
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No, when I put the cursor inside the text, it select all the text and it left the cursor at the end of the text.

And this behaviour, only occurs if exists a pannel in the base form.
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I solve the problem for me.
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