When I SHIFT-click to select the end of a range of multiple rows on the grid it is firing the rowdoubleclick event. It should not be doing this because I have not double clicked. It does not matter what speed I do it.
Thank you for the feedback. I will create a work item about this case.
You can work around this by checking if the shift key is pressed from
Please, take a look at the following Example.
Thank you for the post. I am working on updating our program to the latest jqwidgets version to fix the grid’s scrollbar issues in the latest Chrome version, but ran into this problem. I’ll put in this workaround for the time being.
I have a similar issue. I have found that you are able to shift click on a jqxGrid through a jqxWindow. This will update or modify the selectedrowindex (selectedrowindexes) for the underlying grid, as well as trigger any row double click events.
>I have found that you are able to shift click on a jqxGrid through a jqxWindow
I didn’t know about that problem and now I have found it I need to get that fixed.
How can we stop the grid behind from getting a shift click when a window is open? Click and ctrl click don’t affect it. Only shift.
Any way to stop the shift click going through the window and selecting on the grid behind?
I have upgraded to v11 but this is still a problem
Could you provide us an example of what you mean by shift click on jqxGrid through a jqxWindow?
First, drag the window so that it is over the grid. Hold down shift and left click anywhere in the jqxWindow. This will interact with the grid behind it.
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