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    Default GridRowEditing with moving (flowing) cancel & save buttons?

    GridRowEditing with moving (flowing) cancel & save buttons?


    I have GridRowEditing and attached Cancel & Save buttons which are shown in the beginning of the Edit grid row (left corner of edit grid row).

    I have lots of columns, and needs to use scroll to go to middle or last columns, after I edit the columns I need to use scroll bar to come back to the beginning to Cancel or Save the changes.

    Is there any option /property which can move those (Cancel/Save) buttons with use of scroll bar; I meant make those buttons always present in screen even if I go to last columns?

    I would be thankful for any suggestions.

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    Thanks for the report - looks like this worked nicely in 2.x to keep the buttons visible at all horizontal scroll positions. I've filed this so we can look into it further.

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    Whoops, forgot a workaround:

    Try overriding the positionButtons() method in GridRowEditing. You can manipulate the rowEditor's buttonBar field to try to set the position based on the horizontal scroll position.

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    Thank you Colin for the tip and your time... I will try it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Alworth View Post
    Whoops, forgot a workaround:

    Try overriding the positionButtons() method in GridRowEditing. You can manipulate the rowEditor's buttonBar field to try to set the position based on the horizontal scroll position.


    Hello Colin,


    I looked into GridRowEditing api (2.x) positionButtons() is implemented but in 3.x it's has skeleton...

    ButtonBar is private in GridRowEditing, and I am not sure how can I get reference of ButtonBar to set position?

    Please let me know if you have any suggestions for me....

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    So it is, sorry about that, thought it said protected. You can still access private fields using the so-called 'violator' pattern - write a JSNI getter to reference the field, and call that rather than using the field itself.

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