lhwyo
  • lhwyo
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2017-12-14T18:36:59Z
When working with large grids up to 50 columns and 10,000 rows....
What is the most efficient way to change the font for all cells in the entire grid?
Would very much appreciate any solution in C# instead of VB.
Igor/10Tec
2017-12-15T07:41:28Z
The iGrid.Font property inherited from the base Control class must do the work. Doesn't it work?
SintUser
2018-01-10T14:42:37Z
Hi Igor,
actually from Labview it does not work, the property is read only, is it a bug of labview or igrid?

Thanks
Igor/10Tec
2018-01-10T15:29:12Z
iGrid does not implement the Font property itself. It is inherited from the Control class - what any WinForms control should do. For more info, see also the Control.Font Property  topic in the MSDN.

Just in case, I have just checked the following in VS.NET 2017:

iGrid1.Font = new Font("Arial", 13, FontStyle.Bold);

It works as expected - no problems. It seems, what you reported is a LabView bug.