I thought I'd offer a suggestion, as FlyGrid's multiple-DLL distribution style still frequently causes a large number of frustrating problems within the Visual Studio Forms designer...
Visual Studio's Forms Designer doesn't makes cached copies of FlyGrid.dll's satellite assemblies. That means that I frequently put a FlyGrid on the form, only to have the Form Designer complain when I try to add a column because the version of FlyGrid.Columns.Dll that it finds doesn't necessarily correspond with the FlyGrid.Dll that I'm trying to use. It doesn't matter if they're the identical version, they're a different copy of it, and so it complains.
My life would be made so much easier if there was a single-DLL version of FlyGrid with all of the column types etc included in the ONE library. That way, the forms designer would never get confused. I understand that this means that there would be redundant design time code included in release versions, but for me that would be much less of a negative than the endless battles I have trying to get a simple grid on a simple form and add a simple column.
Could subsequent releases include a single DLL option as well?
Also, I am *still* having problems with the FlyGrid licence system, even after following the demo video and step-by-step instructions you have given me. It works some of the time, but other times it simply doesn't, regardless of whether I remove all references to the FlyGrid libraries and add them again... I have followed the guidelines and your instructions to the letter over and over and I still get licence popups in my software. PLEASE can you do something to make this licence protection less frustratingly restrictive for people who are trying to use their valid licence. I'm getting to the point where I'm tempted to write my own grid component just to avoid the constant popup hassles.
Thanks in advance.