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four-way splitter

Hi!

For my current application I'm looking for a four-way-(cross) splitter
control (as often seen in 3D-editors). The .NET Splitter-class is (IIRC)
only a two-way splitter. Does anyone know such a four-way-splitter control?

Regards,
Andre Loker
Nov 15 '05 #1
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> For my current application I'm looking for a four-way-(cross) splitter
control (as often seen in 3D-editors). The .NET Splitter-class is (IIRC)
only a two-way splitter. Does anyone know such a four-way-splitter

control?

use two panels to split the area into two parts (separate panels with a
splitter) and then use another two splitters to split both panels.
Regards, Wiktor
Nov 15 '05 #2

"Wiktor Zychla" <ie****@microsoft.com.no.spam> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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For my current application I'm looking for a four-way-(cross) splitter
control (as often seen in 3D-editors). The .NET Splitter-class is (IIRC)
only a two-way splitter. Does anyone know such a four-way-splitter

control?

use two panels to split the area into two parts (separate panels with a
splitter) and then use another two splitters to split both panels.
Regards, Wiktor

I thought about that, but it has two drawbacks:

a) you don't see the "shadow" on the splitter on the other side when you
drag
the splitter
b) I'd like to be able to drag both vertically and horzontally at once when
I grab at the crossing point

Nevertheless, thanks for your answer

Regards,
Andre Loker
Nov 15 '05 #3

"Andre Loker" <lo***@gmx.de> wrote in message
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"Wiktor Zychla" <ie****@microsoft.com.no.spam> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:uk**************@TK2MSFTNGP10.phx.gbl...
For my current application I'm looking for a four-way-(cross) splitter
control (as often seen in 3D-editors). The .NET Splitter-class is (IIRC) only a two-way splitter. Does anyone know such a four-way-splitter control?

use two panels to split the area into two parts (separate panels with a
splitter) and then use another two splitters to split both panels.
Regards, Wiktor

I thought about that, but it has two drawbacks:

a) you don't see the "shadow" on the splitter on the other side when you
drag


You can probably simulate this by linking the opposing splitter in code.
the splitter
b) I'd like to be able to drag both vertically and horzontally at once when I grab at the crossing point In this case, you will probably have to write your own control. Shouldn't be
impossible...hmm.
Nevertheless, thanks for your answer

Regards,
Andre Loker

Nov 15 '05 #4

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