Ok that fixed that. Another question:
On a row that has a detail grid, row.backcolor will set the rows back color and the color of the area that contains the detail grid. Now i’ve switch the row to use a gradient e.g. row.GradientMap…. as I did with the column manager but I have to take out the row.BackColor to get the gradint on the row but then I lose the coloring of the background area that contains the detail grid (and the gradient appears for the row). How can I get color back to the area the contains the detail grid (without losing the gradient in the row) or setup a separate gradient for that area?
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Bernard (had 368 views)