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Locked [Stable][] Selection of rows out of control if sorted by column


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Description: This one might be a little hard to reproduce. I'm sorting the table for column "Artist". Afterwards i select the first and the third item.

  1. When moving the mouse over the second row, the item will change to state "selected", but i never clicked it.
  2. Even when not moving the mouse over the second row, when clicking the button "Enable/Disable selected" all three rows will change their status.

After that, i click on the fifth row. The same moment, the third row will be selected as well showing the status change immediately.

System Info:
OS: Windows 7 x64 Home Premium SP 1 German
.NET Framework 1.0         not installed
.NET Framework 1.1         not installed
.NET Framework 2.0         service pack 2
.NET Framework 3.0         service pack 2
.NET Framework 3.5         service pack 1
.NET Framework 4.0 Client  installed
.NET Framework 4.0 Full    installed
.NET Framework 4.5         installed


Reproduction steps:

Start the App
Select tab "Song Manager"
Click on the column header "Artist"
Select some rows
Click on "Enable/Disable selected"

The selection of rows has gone crazy. You select one row and others will be selected as well.

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