Using custom grid cell validation, a cell will be displayed with a red line to indicate an issue with the cell value. But if you have a grid that uses the splitAt() function, you will notice that the more cells that you have validation errors marked by the red line, the rows at the left and right side of the split are no longer aligned. This is because when DHTMLx tags a cell as invalid, the red line increases the height of the entire row ONLY on the side of the grid split where it belongs. The other side retains original row height.
Is there a fix for this or can you advise which CSS attribute I can modify to include padding for all cells (on both sides of the split) so that when a cell validation error occurs, the cell height will not need to increase and hence left and right side of the split will remain aligned?