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Background color incorrect on Version 9 in a gridlinker

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  • Background color incorrect on Version 9 in a gridlinker

    The background color in a Grid Linker component, changed as soon as I upgraded to version 9. It has to do with the Grid Linker. If I add two grids to the gridlinker but don't yet link them together, the preview looks good (see image 1). The background is textured with the Teacup style. As soon as I link the two grids together and preview, the background color changes to a solid gray (see image 2). Is it a bug? I've tested this by linking 3 different sets of grids together. It brakes the color each time, so I know it not something within a particular grid.

  • #2
    Re: Background color incorrect on Version 9 in a gridlinker

    I never did get this to work correctly so I'm just living with the coloring Alpha is giving me.


    • #3
      Re: Background color incorrect on Version 9 in a gridlinker

      I don't have v9 to test but have you looked at the background colors after linking to verify that they should be what you want--and change them if not and see if they "hold" ? Also, even though noone has verified this as a problem, maybe it should be sent in as a bug report with a reproducible sample...would hate to see this happen in future versions simply due to noone reporting it!!
      It is only when we forget all our learning that we begin to know.
      It's not what you look at that matters, it's what you see.
      Henry David Thoreau


      • #4
        Re: Background color incorrect on Version 9 in a gridlinker

        I can confirm that this is still a bug in version 9.

        The two screen shots are of the same Grid Component, the first one is when it was on a Grid Linked Page. The compiled HTML on both pages do not have any other colors declared, just a call to the same Modern/style.css

        I will attempt to submit my first bug report to Alpha on this issue.



        • #5
          Re: Background color incorrect on Version 9 in a gridlinker

          Doing some research to submit the but I figured out why it was happening to me. I am modifying the Grid Component to look like a Detailed view and only showing one record, well a new v9 feature is the highlight the current row in a different color and since I am only showing one row the background of the whole grid is the highlight color.

          Looks like I can modify the Modern css for .ModerRowSelected .ModerDataTD and make that one the same color as the non highlighted one.

          I guess you can say this is an unintended consequence of a nice feature.