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How to Find the Position of a Panel in a [Infragistics] StatusBar

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Sorry for posting this here, but although I have posted to the Infragistics
group, it is not so frequently used, and I fear a long wait for a response.
There are undoubtedly Infragistics users here, so hopefully someone can
offer a pointer or two.

I want to position a balloon tip (of my own making) above a panel in an
UltraWinStatusBar. Can anyone tell me how I can find the position of a panel
in the status bar?

I have tried working my way through each panel object, adding up the
respective widths, but the width value is not accurate. In my scenario I
have a panel that 'springs', and one that is fixed. The width of the spring
panel never returns the correct value. [This technique works on a Windows
Forms status bar control]

Does anyone have any suggestions?

TIA

Charles

Nov 20 '05 #1
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Seems I was wrong. I have had an answer from the Infragistics newsgroup :-)

Charles
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Sorry for posting this here, but although I have posted to the Infragistics group, it is not so frequently used, and I fear a long wait for a response. There are undoubtedly Infragistics users here, so hopefully someone can
offer a pointer or two.

I want to position a balloon tip (of my own making) above a panel in an
UltraWinStatusBar. Can anyone tell me how I can find the position of a panel in the status bar?

I have tried working my way through each panel object, adding up the
respective widths, but the width value is not accurate. In my scenario I
have a panel that 'springs', and one that is fixed. The width of the spring panel never returns the correct value. [This technique works on a Windows
Forms status bar control]

Does anyone have any suggestions?

TIA

Charles

Nov 20 '05 #2

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