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PowerGuard - Free Android Power Management Application

Hello everyone. It has been so long since I made a post. I would like to thank all the subscribers, viewers and developers out there that provided feedback, encouragement and contribution to the ASP.NET CoolGrodView open-source project.

I have made a shift to Android development and therefore I am not doing any active development or update on IdeaSparx CoolGridView at this point in time. Having said that, I would like to announce one of my free Android application called PowerGuard.
PowerGuard defends the battery power of an Android device from power hungry WiFi and 2G/3G data connections. It regulates these WiFi and/or 2G/3G connections based on the need and configuration of a user. It extends battery life to lasts almost twice the amount of time than without it - given the same usage behavior. PowerGuard will always try to connect through WiFi and 2G/3G first. If it is unable to make a connection through WiFi, after some delay it will disable WiFi to conserve more battery power.


★ Choose connection method whether to use WiFi only, 2G/3G only or both.
★ Turn on Wi-Fi/3G only when specific application is opened.
★ Option to ask subtly (using notification bar) if you need internet when an application is opened.
★ Turn on Wi-Fi/3G when device is unlocked. This only works if application monitoring is off.
★ Turn off Wi-Fi/3G when display goes off.
★ Schedule when Wi-Fi/3G should turn on or off every day.
★ Make periodic Wi-Fi/3G connection at specific duration when device's display is off giving the device more time to enter into sleep mode but still give a chance for your emails to synchronize.
★ Hit Emergency Connect in notification to enable Wi-Fi/3G connection for 30mins (configurable) then turns off automatically.
★ Disable Power Guard when certain battery power level is reached.
★ Shows battery level and temperature in notification area.*
★ Shows WiFi and 2G/3G connectivity status in notification area.*
★ Widget to enable or disable Service*
★ Widget to enable or disable Emergency connection to internet.*
★ Widget that displays battery level and temperature.*

*Note: Available in Pro version only

Try it out at Google Playstore. Thank you everyone for your support.

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A new build release (Build 20100207) of CoolControls is now available at codeplex. Build 20100207 contains the following changes:

  • COLGROUP and COL is back! These are generated for the header, table content and footer. This feature can align the header and table cell's width of CoolGridView.
  • AllowResizeColumn property is added to CoolGridView. Set this property to true to enable user to resize  the columnns manually, set it to false to disable. The default value of this property if true.

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CoolGridView February 2010 Release

The newest release of CoolGridView is available for download. There are a handful enhancements, optimizations and bug fixes in this release. Here are the ones worth mentioning.

DefaultColumnWidth Property

You can now define the default column width of CoolGridView columns through the DefaultColumnWidth property. The value for this property can not be of type UnitType.Percentage. On older releases of CoolControls, if a HeaderStyle-Width is not defined for a data column, it defaults to 100px. This value is hard coded inside the control. Now you can specify your own default column width. I got a lot of requests to allow column and table widths to be specified in percentage. Allowing column or table widths to be in percentage and at the same time making sure that the column widths can still be resized by the properly is a great challenge. However, rest assured that I am not dropping this request and that the development of this functionality is still being considered.

SPAN inside Table Cell

There was a bug in CoolGridView when displayed in IE 6 and 7. It was reported by developers that it seems that the style "white-space:nowrap" does not behave properly when applied to TD and TH element when the "width" is also defined in the style. Consider the following code:
<table style="table-layout:fixed;width:90px" border="1">
  <td style="white-space:nowrap; width:30px; overflow:hidden;">Test inside the cell.</td>
  <td style="white-space:nowrap; width:30px; overflow:hidden;">Test inside the cell.</td>
  <td style="white-space:nowrap; width:30px; overflow:hidden;">Test inside the cell.</td>
If you view the code above in IE 6 or 7, you will see that the text inside the cell wraps and breaks on white spaces even though the style was set not to wrap on white spaces. The fix for this is to put a SPAN that encloses the text inside the cell and put the style "white-space:nowrap" on the SPAN instead of the TD. The code below now works properly in IE 6 or 7. CoolGridView uses something similar to this but uses CSS instead.

<table style="table-layout:fixed;width:90px" border="1">
  <td style="width:30px; overflow:hidden;"><span style="white-space:nowrap;">Test inside the cell.</span></td>
  <td style="width:30px; overflow:hidden;"><span style="white-space:nowrap;">Test inside the cell.</span></td>
  <td style="width:30px; overflow:hidden;"><span style="white-space:nowrap;">Test inside the cell.</span></td>

"Gradient" Theme

There is a theme included in the sample project in this release that gives a 3D look on the table headers. In this theme, the white spaces inside the cell is not set to wrapped. When user resizes the column width and if text does not fit inside the cell, ellipsis will appear at the end of the text to indicate that there are portion of the text that is hidden.

To use this theme, you have to copy the "Gradient" folder into your "App_Themes" directory and copy the headerbg.gif file into your website in the location "\images\". Set EnableTheming to "True" for your ASPX page and set the Theme property to "Gradient".

COLGROUP and COL Elements Removed

Older releases of CoolGridView generates COLGROUP and COL html tags to control the column widths. However, the control does not render properly in the browser if the entire cells for a column is hidden using the style "display: none". Therefore, COLGROUP and COL were removed.

For more information of what are the other changes, you can read the release notes included in the latest build.

Have a great week everyone!

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I am pleased to announce that CoolGridView control for ASP.NET 2.0 now allows user-resizable columns and it remembers the current scroll position and column widths after a postback or callback.

You can download the latest release at Codeplex.com. Here are the following changes in this release (Build 20100124). Please take note that item #1 and #2 and breaking changes. If you are going to replace your CoolGridView from old releases with this new one, please modify your code according to the instructions provided.

  1. CoolCore.js and CoolCore.cs were added to IdeaSparx.CoolControls.Web project.
  2. If you are using CoolGridView inside an UpdatePanel, the add-on script is not needed anymore. You should remove the JavaScript code (as shown here) from your ASPX page. This functionality is now fully integrated in the CoolGridView control.
    //Remove this JavaScript from your ASPX
    function AjaxEndRequestHandler(sender, args) {
        var p = sender._updatePanelClientIDs;
        if (p != null)
        for (var j = 0; j < p.length; j++) {
            var scripts = $get(p[j]).getElementsByTagName("script");
            // .text is necessary for IE.
            for (var i = 0; i < scripts.length; i++) {
                try {
                    eval(scripts[i].innerHTML || scripts[i].text);
                } catch (e2) { }
    try {Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance() .add_endRequest(AjaxEndRequestHandler);
    }catch (e) { }
  3. User can resize column headers' width.
  4. Column header and scroll position are preserved after a postback or callback.
What a great way to start the week!

Have a great Monday everyone.

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Data Bind CoolGridView to IQueryable<>

I recently received a question about how to data bind CoolGridView to an object of type IQueryable<> with automatic sorting and paging. CoolGridView extends ASP.NET GridView control. GridView does not directly support DataSource of type IQueryable<>, and the same is true for CoolGridView. We can use LinqDataSource control to bridge the gap. Quickly bind CoolGridView control to IQueryable<> with automatic sorting and paging capability by following these easy steps.

  1. Drop a CoolGridView and a LinqDataSource control into your ASPX page.
  2. In the "Properties" toolbox, set the DataSourceID of CoolGridView to point to your LinqDataSource control. Set the properties of CoolGridView control to the following:
    • AllowPaging : True
    • AllowSorting : True
  3. Handle the "Selecting" event of LinqDataSource
  4. In the "Selecting" event handler, call your method that returns an IQueryable<> object and assign it to the event argument's property "e.Result".
There you have it!

Have a great weekend everyone.

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John Eric Sobrepena

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  • Can we have an update to powerguard? - Anonymous Anonymous | Sunday, 11 May, 2014
  • no free? only pro version ? - Anonymous Anonymous | Sunday, 01 June, 2014
  • cannot Free download from Google Play?! - Anonymous Anonymous | Monday, 09 June, 2014
  • COLGROUP and COL is back! This look like a regregression to me. There will be a workaround for those using diplay:none css properties? - Anonymous Dario | Tuesday, 09 February, 2010
  • Dario, Yes, there will be a property that will be introduced to CoolGridView to hide even the COL element. I will be posting on this soon. - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Tuesday, 09 February, 2010
  • Good to known.
    Many thanks - Anonymous Dario | Wednesday, 10 February, 2010
  • it's a great object, unfortunnely i need to use it inside a container and has a problem.
    if my .aspx has a master page and i put this object inside the asp:content then gives me an error.
    i'm not a great developer and i can't find a solution..

    and escuse my english please.

    Thaks in advance - Anonymous Raul Mata | Thursday, 11 February, 2010
  • Hi Raul Mata, I tried it and it worked fine for me. Could you tell me the exact error you are getting? You can post it here. - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Thursday, 11 February, 2010
  • I am using it and it works great. Saved me a lot of time and headaches, keep up the good work its excellent. - Anonymous Anonymous | Friday, 19 February, 2010
  • How can I have the column width auto adjust the the data row's contents? - Blogger Ryan Andres | Thursday, 25 March, 2010
  • This is not going well with resolution 1280 * 768 here it is showing empty space between scroll and columns.
    can please give me any suggestion for this....... - Anonymous Anonymous | Wednesday, 07 April, 2010
  • Hi Anonymouse, can you provide the browser you are using? Is it IE 6, IE 7, IE 8, Firefox 3.6, Firefox 3.1 or Chrome 4? Email me a screen shot. That will be helpful. - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Wednesday, 07 April, 2010
  • Hi John,
    Is there a way to specify an exact width to a specific column?
    This function seems not work?

    Am I missing anything? - Anonymous Mahmoud | Monday, 12 April, 2010
  • Hi,

    how i can attach event pageindexchanging inside this gridiview controls, so we no need to delegate event in page init (event sorting too) - Anonymous Stranger | Wednesday, 14 April, 2010
  • Hi John,

    Great control, small issue:

    The table width of an empty data template or text is 0 meaning only the first character is shown. - Anonymous PMc | Friday, 16 April, 2010
  • Excellent Control John, works great in runtime, however during design time it will not render the control.

    Error is:
    There was an error rendering the control.
    Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

    Any hints?

    Doc - Blogger Dagdason | Monday, 26 April, 2010
  • Hi Dagdason, Can you tell me the Visual Studio version and the OS version you are using. Send me a sample project showing the issue, that will be a great help for me to help you out. Thanks for using the control :-) - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Monday, 26 April, 2010
  • VS 2008, XP SP 3 (Soon to be Win 7)

    Do you have an email address to forward code and screen prints?

    My gmail is dagdason@gmail.com - Blogger Dagdason | Tuesday, 27 April, 2010
  • Update -

    So John - I played with the component a bit and found the following to be true.

    First try -
    I created a new web project, added references for Ajax and CoolControls.

    On default page I added ScriptManager, then UpdatePanel and CoolGridView controls. CoolGridView rendered perfectly in design mode.

    second try -
    Created new web project and added references for Ajax and Cool Controls
    Created Master Page
    Created Default Page (Child to Master)
    Added ScriptManager, UpdatePanel and CoolGridView to ContentPlaceHolder1 section of Default Page
    CoolGridView control would not render

    Hope this helps

    :D - Blogger Dagdason | Tuesday, 27 April, 2010
  • I cannot move to gridview. I am using Datagrid. Can i integrate your code in my datagrid ? is that easy ?
    do let me know
    thanks - Blogger Atoms | Monday, 31 May, 2010
  • more...more...
    we need more... - Anonymous Anonymous | Sunday, 06 June, 2010
  • Hi,
    I want to fix the column, when i scroll the bottom right in the table.. for all browser how can i do. But, i have done with IE. I need other browser, i have used in this,

    Thanks in Advance,
    Maniraj - Anonymous Anonymous | Friday, 18 June, 2010
  • No matter what I do, the header is always a little to the right to the columns. I'm using IE8/Chrome/Firefox. - Anonymous Anonymous | Tuesday, 06 July, 2010
  • Many thanks to this! Awesome work!!!!

    Does anyone know the trick: in IE6 the header of coolGridView isn't scrolling horizontally as it does in almost all other browsers. Does anyone have a fix for that?

    @John Eric Sobrepena: Is this project still in progress? Will you have the time to do some next releases? I would strongly appreciate it. This is just the best thing I found in 2010. Keep it up.

    Bye - Anonymous coolGridViewer | Thursday, 29 July, 2010
  • John,

    First, I wanted to thank you for this little gem. When I suddenly had to replace an ancient grid in order for it to work in non-IE browsers, this was my lifeline.

    However, I had a little trouble with the embedded resources: I actually subclassed the CoolGridView (to add standard styling and a bit of client-side behaviour) and suddenly the embedded resources threw an error "This is an invalid webresource request".

    This, of course, happened because my subclassed CoolWebGrid was in a different assembly from the resources. I solved the problem overriding CoolWebGrid.OnLoad thus:

    protected override void OnLoad(System.EventArgs e)
    String _url;

    if (! Page.ClientScript.IsClientScriptIncludeRegistered(this.GetType(), "CoolCore.js"))
    _url = Page.ClientScript.GetWebResourceUrl(this.GetType().BaseType, "IdeaSparx.CoolControls.Web.CoolCore.js");
    Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptInclude(this.GetType(), "CoolCore.js", _url);

    if (! Page.ClientScript.IsClientScriptIncludeRegistered(this.GetType(), "CoolGridView.js"))
    _url = Page.ClientScript.GetWebResourceUrl(this.GetType().BaseType, "IdeaSparx.CoolControls.Web.CoolGridView.js");
    Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptInclude(this.GetType(), "CoolGridView.js", _url);


    I just wanted to put the code here for anyone who has the same problem I did. It's not a bug, so there's nothing to fix in the assembly proper; it's just a gotcha. Also, excuse the messy formatting; I can't format the code with a <code> tag.

    Cheers! - Blogger Tiago | Tuesday, 17 August, 2010
  • John,

    Very nice job with this user control! The functionality was exactly what I was looking for in the GridView and not finding. I will probably use this object throughout our entire web project! Thanks!

    Jason - Anonymous Anonymous | Thursday, 02 December, 2010
  • Hello!

    Is there any possibility to set column width in percent? - Blogger Michael | Friday, 11 February, 2011
  • Thank you so much for sharing this cool control John!

    I have a little problem though, the postback caused the gridview back to the original position, even after I set:
    MaintainScrollPositionOnPostback="true", any idea how to keep current position after postback?

    Thank you so much again for your excellent job!

    Melania - Anonymous Anonymous | Friday, 11 February, 2011
  • This is a great solution to my problem. Thank you very much. The only question I would have is if it's going to implement fixed Columns. So you could add a parameter of number columns fixed and that number from the left would be fixed.

    I am really enjoying he speed of this control. thank you again.
    Jason - Anonymous Anonymous | Tuesday, 12 April, 2011
  • One problem, I've got a tab panel with two tabs.

    The scrollable grid view is on one of the tabs. If the tab with the gridview is not the first tab, then scrollable part does not work. If you tab to the other tab and back, then the scroll does not work.

    Any suggestions??
    chuck - Blogger MrWoodChuck | Wednesday, 01 June, 2011
  • I get the same result as MrWoodChuck, having multiple panels and the control not rendering in design mode. Any suggestions? Otherwise very useful control. - Anonymous Anonymous | Sunday, 07 August, 2011
  • Great Tools! Thanks, - Anonymous Anonymous | Wednesday, 07 December, 2011
  • Just simply great work, many thanks sir! - Anonymous Anonymous | Monday, 23 January, 2012
  • Does this control (CoolGridView) not work with part of a project that contains a site.master? It seems when I add it to a page that has a master page, it fails. - Blogger Gary Bledsoe | Tuesday, 07 February, 2012
  • You are a generous and beautiful person for creating and sharing this control. Brand new to .Net, I am enjoying the learning experience, though the experience has been mixed with frustrations--like getting fixed column widths and vertical scrolling with the standard GridView. Your CoolGrid control has saved my sanity and allowed me to continue enjoying .Net programming. - Anonymous Anonymous | Tuesday, 20 March, 2012
  • Hi John,

    The plugin is great and exactly what I want but I'm having trouble getting the compnenet to register in a server 64 bit 2008 environment. I was wondering if you could poiunt me in the right direction. When I'm registering it using regserv I'm getting a entry point error.

    Thanks David - Anonymous Anonymous | Tuesday, 17 July, 2012
  • Hi David, you can download the source code from CodePlex and compile it for 64-bit. - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Tuesday, 17 July, 2012
  • Hi John,

    Thanks for the quick reply I'll download it and give it a bash. The plugin is great by the way

    Thanks again David - Anonymous Anonymous | Thursday, 19 July, 2012
  • Hey John congrats for such a great control!

    I want to know how to render the control in design mode using master page.

    The error I'm having: There was an error rendering the control. Object reference not set to an instance of an object.

    but it works perfect in runtime.

    First try - I created a new web project, added references for Ajax and CoolControls.

    On default page I added ScriptManager, then UpdatePanel and CoolGridView controls. CoolGridView rendered perfectly in design mode.

    second try - Created new web project and added references for Ajax and Cool Controls Created Master Page Created Default Page (Child to Master) Added ScriptManager, UpdatePanel and CoolGridView to ContentPlaceHolder1 section of Default Page CoolGridView control would not render

    Thanks! - Blogger Arian Cabrera | Thursday, 13 September, 2012
  • Greetings,
    Any command reference to fix scroll on first column of coolgridview? Thanks in advance. - Blogger vmeneses | Friday, 23 November, 2012
  • I love this control. Awesome job! I'm toggling AutoGenerateEditButton on/off with another button near the view, but every time I go there and back, another column from left reverts to default width, and the programmed widths of all columns seem to slide to their neighboring column where they don't belong. If there's not an easier answer, I guess I could use two CGV's, one with edit and one without and just toggle to hide one or the other. - Anonymous Anonymous | Thursday, 16 June, 2016
  • You're the man, John! Great job!
    Missing the feature of keeping scroll position on callback made me leave your control, but after all these updates and new features, I've returned it in my app. So far, it's ok, I don't have any complaint and my users are happier without paging navigation.
    I'll test more extensively it next period.
    Just a note: if ItemStyle in BoundField has CssClass with padding defined (for example, 10px on the right), and HeaderStyle has none, width of the header and rest of the column is different (for that 10px). - Anonymous RaVel | Tuesday, 02 February, 2010
  • That's great to hear RaVel. And I am taking note and investigating what you reported about ItemStyle and HeaderStyle causing inconsistency in the widths.

    Your feedback is highly appreciated. - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Tuesday, 02 February, 2010
  • Is there an option to freeze the footer at well also? I am going to be needing to sum up certain columns and have them display totals. Thank you.

    Denny - Blogger Denny Smolinski | Friday, 18 June, 2010
  • Thanks for the great control. I'm having a problem running in IE8 and FF where the scroll bars are not showing when the control is in a panel with a ModalPopupExtender. Without the ModalPopupExtender everthing works great. Everything works good on IE7 and IE8 in IE7 mode.

    pt. - Anonymous Anonymous | Tuesday, 27 July, 2010
  • How to use this do not able to see any documentation. - Anonymous Anonymous | Thursday, 30 June, 2016
  • Can CoolGridView create columns based on the dataset/table bound to it? Or do the columns have to be created in the markup? - Blogger ununiqueid | Monday, 25 January, 2010
  • Hi ununiqueid, CoolGridView extends ASP.NET 2.0 GridView under the hood. So the answer to your question is "Yes" it can take the columns based on DataSet/DataTable. - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Monday, 25 January, 2010
  • Good to see quick improvement - Anonymous Dario | Tuesday, 26 January, 2010
  • With everyones help and your feedback, we should be able to slowly stabilize this control and promote it to "Beta" and then to a "Stable" release.

    Hierarchical data presentation is now on the works :-) Stay tuned everyone. - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Tuesday, 26 January, 2010
  • A very impressive feature: using cookies for preserving scroll position so user can log-off and log-in without losing his setting. - Anonymous dario | Tuesday, 26 January, 2010
  • That is a good suggestion Dario. I will keep a note of that in the future releases of CoolControls. How is the new CoolGridView control working for you so far? - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Tuesday, 26 January, 2010
  • I have some problems due to bad css. I'm busy tryng to fix. Different matter then the hidded column (you have a mail in this regard). - Anonymous Dario | Tuesday, 26 January, 2010
  • Hello mate!

    Thanks a lot for ya control, after few arrangements works great on every browser appart safari where it's impossible to change size of the columns.
    Do you have any suggestions ? - Blogger jo | Saturday, 30 January, 2010
  • Hi Jo, I am glad to hear that the control worked for you. Regarding changing the size of the columns, could you elaborate on this more. Resizing the column width by a user was also tested to work in Safari 4.0. - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Saturday, 30 January, 2010
  • Hi. I'm experimenting with this Cool GridView of yours. It appears to be very useful!

    My data source is a dataTable with two label columns and a user-input-controlled number of value columns. Since the number of data columns is dynamic, I have to (?) use the setting AutoGenerateColumns="true" for the CoolGridview.

    I have set a default Width that is appropriate for all value columns. However, for the two Label columns to the left in my coolgridview I want to specify a different width which is impossible(?) in the code-behind (C#), since the collection of columns does not have any members when I have not defined the columns explicitly.

    Is there an easy way of setting width to specific columns under the above cicumstances?

    I'm also interested in tips in how to freeze one or more columns from scrolling in the same way as the header row.

    Best regards,
    //Anders - Anonymous Anders | Friday, 26 February, 2010
  • Hi John,

    We are using cool GridView in our project. It is very useful. We require pager to be modified and would want to provide dropdownlist box with number of records per page. Change the number of record per page on change event of dropdown and show selected 10 or 50 or 100 records etc.

    Can you please help us to work on this.

    Angna - Anonymous Anonymous | Wednesday, 30 March, 2011
  • hai john

    I am Using this Control..its nice but it does not working with onrowediting event.
    can we do edit, update,cancel,delete
    i tryed for edit but the event _RowEditing is not working...

    can you suggest me the solution for this problem...plz - Anonymous Anonymous | Tuesday, 21 June, 2011
  • Hi John, nice control and it's working great with no issues when replacing the original .net GridView. I'm using it in a time keeping app that's a replacement for Sage Timesheet. I have links in the header for days of the week and in the first column for employee name. My question is when a user clicks those links if there's a way to return the grid scroll position to where it was previously. Maybe an option for cookies/session variables that Dario suggests above? - Anonymous Anonymous | Tuesday, 28 June, 2011
  • Hi John,

    We are using cool GridView in our project. It is very useful. It is working very nicely but I got one problem with grid header when user search for any header value then header moves for display the search but data values do not move.

    Can you please help us to work on this?

    Sachin - Blogger Sachin | Tuesday, 05 July, 2011
  • Hi John

    I am happy with the control. There is one problem. My errorlog is filleing with file not found problems.

    System.Web.HttpException: File does not exist.
    at System.Web.StaticFileHandler.GetFileInfo(String virtualPathWithPathInfo, String physicalPath, HttpResponse response)
    at System.Web.StaticFileHandler.ProcessRequestInternal(HttpContext context)
    at System.Web.DefaultHttpHandler.BeginProcessRequest(HttpContext context, AsyncCallback callback, Object state)
    at System.Web.HttpApplication.CallHandlerExecutionStep.System.Web.HttpApplication.IExecutionStep.Execute()
    at System.Web.HttpApplication.ExecuteStep(IExecutionStep step, Boolean& completedSynchronously)

    What am I missing?


    Michel J - Anonymous Michel | Friday, 26 August, 2011
  • i am adding one template field with one label control.
    but i cant find that control at runtime using findcontrol

    what should i do - Blogger bsuresh | Monday, 19 September, 2011
  • Hi John, Thank you for your work. It is a major resource in my current project.
    I have a unique scenario where I need the CoolGrid to NOT preserve the scroll position but to return to the top row instead. Is there a way to accomplish this?
    Thank you again,
    TonyS. - Blogger TonyS. | Friday, 13 July, 2012
  • Please I need help,

    I've used this great control y one website, and it works fine in IE, but when place the website in IIS, it looks like the theme is missing, cause the columns no longer show the "..." in case the content is bigger than the column width, same thing with the column header's gradient.

    However if I run the website from chrome or firefox it shows correct.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated!! - Blogger Arian Cabrera | Thursday, 20 September, 2012
  • Hi. Your Control is Awesome.
    But I have a Problem. It Can't resize the column automatically according to the panel width. i have to specify each column width seperately.
    Please Help ! - Anonymous Anonymous | Sunday, 24 February, 2013
  • Fixed header doesnt work in IE10 and my cells arent aligning with the header. Do you know a work around for this? - Anonymous Anonymous | Tuesday, 30 April, 2013
  • Need some clarification about Collgridview.

    Hi I have found a thing while I have been integrating your dll with my current project. When I run my project I can find out the dll tries to write some information on the website "dwww_objectify_ca.d.chango.com..", that making my web page to slow. How can I remove this from your dll? - Anonymous Anonymous | Wednesday, 11 July, 2012
  • CoolGridView has no component that connects to the internet on it's own so I am not even sure what that website is.
    I suggest you download the source code of CoolGridView, compile and include it in your project. - Blogger John Eric Sobrepena | Thursday, 12 July, 2012

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