You could listen for mouse/touch events on the DataGrid (or maybe the
stage) and check the target property of the event. It might give you a clue
what is actually being touched. It could be that something unexpected (and
invisible) is blocking it.
On Oct 18, 2016 7:51 PM, "bilbosax" <waspenc...@comcast.net> wrote:
> OK, so it just got really interesting. I have 35 columns of data that have
> to be displayed, which is too much to fit on the screen. So I put about 12
> columns on the screen at a time, and then use a "previous" or "next" button
> to change the visibility of the columns that I want to display. So
> essentially, I have 3 pages of columns that a user can look at. On all 3
> pages, I am seeing the exact same thing. Anything left of the midline of
> the iPad is sortable. If you click a header to the right of the front
> facing camera, nothing. There are some columns that stradle the camera
> line. If you click that header to the left of the camera line, that column
> is sortable, but if you click the same header on the right side of the
> camera line, it is not sortable. So it is happening straight down the
> middle of the iPad. SURELY, there is nothing that I am doing to cause
> is there?
> Anything else you think I should try? Though I don't want to because I
> put so much work into it and like the way fonts look in the spark datagrid,
> I am thinking of trying the mx datagrid.
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