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gridView:willSelectCellAtPath: selectively firing

This is really putting the knife in my project.

As far as I understand it, the IGGridViewDelegate methods gridView:willSelectCellAtPath: and gridView:didSelectCellAtPath: don't need any special code from the programmer to get them working.  Simply add them to your project's .m file and fill in the logic.  When the project is run, the grid will call them if they are implemented.

Well, as my video demonstrates, this is not the case for me. 

The grid does not call either of these methods for the bottom row cells.

You can see my demo on my google drive here...

Unfortunately I can't conveniently package up this functionality into a project because the project is very large and many files are involved in getting this on screen.