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Oskar Zetterberg
Sep 6, 2011
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Small bug in XFormStatisticsControl

Had a problem where the statistics control didn’t render properly when using StatisticsType N (number). After a bit of digging with reflector it all came down to the priavte method GenerateOutputForNumbers and adding the cssstyle attribute to the panel. The calculated number of em is of type float and when that type is converted to string and the value is decimal it will be rendering a “,” when it should render a “.” as css ain´t to keen on commas.

I had to build my own control inheriting from the original one with this small change to that private method:

panel.Attributes.CssStyle.Add(HtmlTextWriterStyle.Width, num2.ToString().Replace(",", ".") + "em"); instead of panel.Attributes.CssStyle.Add(HtmlTextWriterStyle.Width, num2 + "em");

Sep 06, 2011

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