I was faced with similar problem before.
And If the VerticalScrollBar mentioned is applicable, here is how you detect if a vertical scroll bar is visible
foreach (Control c in _legendgridControl.Controls)
if (c.GetType().ToString() == “Xceed.Grid.Controls.WinVerticalScrollBar”)
You can not right (c is Xceed.Grid.Controls.WinVerticalScrollBar) because Xceed.Grid.Controls.WinVerticalScrollBar is internal.
The width of the scroll bar is SystemInformation.VerticalScrollBarWidth or you can also return it from the loop above as c.Width.
You may have to subscribe to teh visible changed event of teh scroll bar because it is usually shown after the resize event. In that case something like this will work,
foreach (Control scrollBar in _legendgridControl.Controls)
if (scrollBar.GetType().ToString() == “Xceed.Grid.Controls.WinVerticalScrollBar”)
scrollBar.VisibleChanged += new EventHandler(scrollBar_VisibleChanged);
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by userX (had 509 views)