In my dgv I have a DataGridViewButtonColumn which adds a "delete row" button to each row. However, a button also gets created for the "fake" row at the bottom of the dgv, which makes no sense in this context because that row does not correspond
to a record yet. What is a good way to hide that button, or at least paint over it?
I came across this page which shows a method that might do the trick, but I was wondering
if there is a better way to do this for this particular situation.
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