I want to allow the user to click a column and have the entire column become selected (like selecting one or more columns in Exce). CTRL+Click for multiple selection/deselection. Is there an easy way to accomplish this?
Also, I would like to know when the user is hovering the mouse over a column header, a row selector, and an individual cell. Are there events that are this granular, or are there at least MouseEnter/MouseLeave events defined for each one of these where I can write my own hover events?
Thank you, Matt
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Class handler works fine – I was always curious why WPF seems to shy away from having fine grained eventing. Infragistics requires a class handler as well. Right now I am evaluating both solutions (Infragistics vs Xceed) for a large WPF based financial application.
Do you have any examples on how to extend the object model to support something like column multi-select? This is something that Infragistics handles out of the box.
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