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3/27/2014 6:17 PM
 

Hi everyone.

I'm developing a module in VS2008/DNN v6.0.0. (so it can be installed on any v6 or v7) and in v6 everything works fine. But when I install the release version to a DNN v7 the layout of the grig gets messed up.

 

So, in v6 it looks like:

and in v7 i get:

 All the module functions work fine in both versions, its just the grid layout that gets messed up.

 

Any suggestions?

 
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4/8/2014 4:48 AM
 
Is your grid a telerik grid ? A new version of the telerik.dll provided with 7.x can cause this. Telerik changed thins in the grid and the style of the grid you have to take into account when migrating.
 
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4/8/2014 5:52 AM
 

Yes, it's Telerik (in dnn wrapper). I'll check the Telerik site for changes... but what happened with the pager? I'm not using the grid paging features, but have my own in a separate div. Where did the div dissapear?

 
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