You should create a class that inherits from WinTextBox, and implements the Xceed.Grid.ICellEditor interface. In the documentation of Xceed.Grid, you can find how to implement this interface.
Then you can use this class as CellEditor of one or more columns of your grid, like this:<code>MyEditor editor = new MyEditor();
grid.Columns[“col1”].CellEditor = editor;</code>I think (not sure) that the next version of Xceed.Grid (2.6) will already integrate with these controls.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Tommy (had 2983 views)