Syncfusion.Grid.Windows


QueryScrollCellInView Event

Occurs before a cell is scrolled into view by a ScrollCellInView call. Normally, the current cell is checked if it is inside the visible grid area when certain user events occur such as when a key is pressed or when the grid got focus. The event is called to check whether the specified cell is in view. If the cell is not in view, the grid will scroll the cell into view. You can hook into this mechanism by implementing an event handler for this event.
Syntax
'Declaration
 
<CategoryAttribute("Scrolling")>
<DescriptionAttribute("Occurs before a cell is scrolled into view by a ScrollCellInView call.")>
Public Event QueryScrollCellInView As GridQueryScrollCellInViewEventHandler
'Usage
 
Dim instance As GridControlBase
Dim handler As GridQueryScrollCellInViewEventHandler
 
AddHandler instance.QueryScrollCellInView, handler
[Category("Scrolling")]
[Description("Occurs before a cell is scrolled into view by a ScrollCellInView call.")]
public event GridQueryScrollCellInViewEventHandler QueryScrollCellInView
Event Data

The event handler receives an argument of type GridQueryScrollCellInViewEventArgs containing data related to this event. The following GridQueryScrollCellInViewEventArgs properties provide information specific to this event.

PropertyDescription
Gets or sets the column index.  
Indicates whether the event has been handled and no further processing of the event should happen. (Inherited from Syncfusion.ComponentModel.SyncfusionHandledEventArgs)
Gets or sets the reason for scrolling cell into view.  
Gets or sets a value indicating whether the cell needs to be scrolled into view. The resulting value. Set this to True if cell needs to be scrolled into view; False if not. Don't forget to also set Handled to true.  
Gets or sets the row index.  
AssemblyVersion

Syncfusion.Grid.Windows: 17.3460.0.14

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