In this case, it is better to override the GroupManagerRow class, and repaint everything so it paints where you want when increasing the height of the row. I have attached the overridden class to this post. Once you’ve implemented it, you can use it in your project the following way :
private void Form1_Load(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
gridControl1.GroupAdded += new GroupAddedEventHandler(gridControl1_GroupAdded);
private void gridControl1_GroupAdded(object sender, GroupAddedEventArgs e)
CustomGroupManagerRow customGroupManagerRow = new CustomGroupManagerRow();
e.Group.HeaderRows.Add( customGroupManagerRow );
This way, whether you add a group in code or a user drags a column header in the GroupByRow, all the groups will use the custom GroupManagerRow.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by André (had 2008 views)