When adding a new row and we click inside a DropDownContent of a DropDown control, the RadGridView loses focus. This way RowValidating event is called which is not expected.
In Office2016 when we increase the DPI of the Windows a left border in the header of column disappears. As a workaround you can set the Width property of all columns.
Group rows which are not present in the view are not visualized when the window is maximized.
A possible solution here is to set the GroupRenderMode property to Flat.
This happens only if there are many columns outside of the viewport (a scrollviewer is shown), with their TabStopMode property set to Skip.
In this case, the navigation needs some time in order to get to the next row and select the first available cell.
A possible workaround for this would be to implement a custom Keyboard Command Provider, and to replace the MoveNext command with a custom one, that moves the current cell, by setting the CurrentCellInfo property of RadGridView.
If you have the following model, the columns that show the Test and Date properties (in the derived class) cannot be sorted or filtered.
Bind a grid to a DataView
Start editing and change the values of a few cells.
Press Escape twice to cancel the edit of the entire row.
Expected: the values return to the old values
Actual: the values remain the last entered ones
When we make frozen column width bigger than the window will hide other columns. Scrolling is applied only to not frozen columns. So we can't scroll to see other columns. A possible workaround is to set MaxWidth property of the column.