UPDATE: If I show invisible objects, the datagrid header becomes visible. So I
set the visible of group "dgHeader" of the respective datagrid to true and it
appears again. The question is, what is hiding it??? I checked my scripts and I
am not even referring to the dgHeader group in my handlers, but I AM hiding and
showing the datagrids based on a clicked tab.
> On Feb 14, 2018, at 14:13 , Bob Sneidar <bobsnei...@iotecdigital.com> wrote:
> Hi all.
> I have 3 datagrids on a card, one for vendors, one for purchase order master
> records, and a third for po detail records. That's not important now.
> What IS important is that when I attempted to do some work on the card, I
> noticed the header labels for the vendors datagrid were not displaying.
> Refreshing the datagrid does no good. Editing the columns does no good.
> Believing I have another corrupted datagrid, I saved the dgprop columns,
> column labels and widths, then deleted the Vendors datagrid, then added a new
> datagrid, then restored the rect and column properties. All is well.
> I closed the stack then opened it later. This time the PO Master datagrid had
> the same problem but the Vendors datagrid was fine! So I did the same thing
> with the PO Detail datagrid. Next time I opened the stack the vendors and po
> master datagrids were fine, but now the po detail datagrid wasn't
> Guess what happened when I fixed the PO detail datagrid????? Yup. The Vendors
> datagrid is hosed again! This has *got* to be a display bug!!!
> Bob S
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