One quick follow up: Is this something you see in the next 12 months going into a release?
It works for me.
I understand you just finished this, but do you have a time frame for your next release? My management is trying to decide if we should use the code from github or wait for a release.
I did notice in IE that the column headers did not freeze with the column data.
No problem, I thought I was going crazy until a co-worker reminded me to try other browsers.
I did test it and it looks good. Thanks for making this a priority.
It does work in FireFox, but not Chrome or IE.
I tested to new code on the same example that I posted in the jsfiddle, but I had the same results. I double checked and I am using the correct file and I saw the new code that you referred to in the file, but it didn’t work.
Great, thanks for pushing this through. I will test it and let you know how it works.
Thanks for getting this to us pretty quickly. It does work on this simple example, we are going to test it on a more complex grid.
Yes, I’d be happy to. Please, let me know what you need me to test.
That’s what I was afraid of, thanks for checking.
I am going to do my best to explain this without screen shots.
In FireFox, when the a sort is applied to the first column in the example, ‘Time Selection’, no rows move because the data was brought in presorted. This is our desired behaviour.
In Chrome, when the sort is applied to the first column the rows do move. The second row of data moves to the fifth row, and rows 3-5 all move up one. This causes issues because we can not predict what the outcome of the search will be.
Thanks Tony, I appreciate your reply and extending our subscription.
Thanks, and good luck to you, too. It is disappointing that this is the response to an obvious flaw in the functionality of your product. I understand how HTML works, but to use that as an excuse not to try and resolve it is hard to swallow – especially given others have solved this problem. As a person that has paid for your product, I’d rather hear that it is a lower priority. That way I would know that you are acknowledging there is an issue and not blowing me off.