When I get back an instance of the WPFToolkit's DataGrid object..
It seems to have the right number of rows, but each row has no cells.
There are a bunch of controls in the DataGrid's Items collection, and the WPFLabels that represent the content of the cells seem to be in there.
To select a row; I am currently having to group that list of controls by their ClickablePoint.Y and send a Mouse.Instance.Click to the ClickablePoint of the first cell in the row that matches.
Now I need to implement "Is a Row Selected?" .. and I don't see how to get back from the "selected row" property to the content of that row.
Any thoughts? Anyone used these DataGrid objects successfully?
(ps. there has to be a better way.. Snoop depicts the datagrid as a DataGrid element with DataGridRow objects inside it)