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Datagridview Selected Record Jumps

Datagridview Selected Record Jumps

Datagridview Selected Record Jumps

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OK, this is driving me nuts. I have a datagridview with a datasource of a binding source. The grid has a checkbox and other textboxes enabled for entry. When I scroll down and then click on one of these the grid sometimes jumps up to some of the previous entries instead of selecting the row that is clicked. It seems as though it selected the same row relative to the row I click on. Example if I scroll down and click the fourth row from the bottom then it will jump up to some of the previous rows and select the fourth row from the bottom of the grid. I thought I had this issue a while back and fixed it, but I can't seem to find it now. Any Ideas?

Auguy
Sylvania/Toledo Ohio

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