It is unlikely to be a bug, in view of:
We are not able to recreate the issue at our end. I have tried on couple of machines, different browsers and it works everytime.
You wont get far, trying to recreate scenarios at your end. I would suggest you gather the relevant details of the end users concerned - browser brand and version, Operating System, login, etc - and use them to reproduce the issue. You could start by clearing their browser cache. A second matter to look into is whether your ColdFusion 10 installation is still using configuration files from ColdFusion 8.
I installed ColdFusion 10 on a new server. There is no ColdFusion 8 instance on this server.
I gatherd all the relevant details from the end users browser information, operating system. Mostly users ar ecomplaining about IE 9 and IE 10. But last night one of the user complaint about FireFox and Chrome as well.
Thanks for your reply...I will play with IE setting and try to recreate the issue.
Are you using the HTML or Flash output from CFGRID?
I am using HTML output from CFGRID....