December 15, 2014 at 11:58 am Vertical scroll overlapping data in right most column #64195
Hello JQXWidgets Team,
In our project we are using JQXgrid. The right most column is date column and both header and data are right aligned. The entire grid is fixed in a fixed sized html division. Default size of the grid is 10 records. When i select 20 records, i could able to see vertical scroll and which is overlapping with data in right most date column. As a result i could not see both header and data in the right most column. Only part of the data in right most column is shown. I hope you understand my problem. Could you please suggest any fix for this issue?. Please let me know in case if you need any further clarifications on the problem or any screen shots etc.
SuryaDecember 15, 2014 at 12:12 pm Vertical scroll overlapping data in right most column #64197
DimitarParticipantAugust 24, 2017 at 10:42 pm Vertical scroll overlapping data in right most column #95638
This behaviour is not erroneous and is expected. However, you can avoid it by not setting the width of your last column,
This does not work at all.
I am currently adding a margin on the cellrenderer if certain condition is met, BUT whenever i add a new row it does not go through the renderer, so when the condition to remove the margin is met, the renderer has no clue about it. If i change the data on any row, it goes inside the renderer and the proper margin is applied. That’s the workarround i’ve found so far, but i’d like to know if there is a proper way to display the data con my last column, formatted as my company see fit and have the scroll not overlapping the data.
Thanks in advanceAugust 25, 2017 at 4:55 am Vertical scroll overlapping data in right most column #95640
You may be experiencing a different issue than the one posted by suryaprakasd. Could you, please, share the relevant parts of your jqxGrid code (initialization code, cellsrenderer definition, etc.) or a JSFiddle/JSEditor example so that we can review your implementation and offer advice?
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