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Docking panels, one at top and other at left

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Hi All,

I 'm doing a form that have two dockable panels, one at top and other at
left (for sample).

The user can double-clicks the panels and they become floating, which
double-clicked again, come back to dock.

The problem is, according with the re-dock order, the panels accommodate
themselves in different forms. I need the panels
be dockable this form: the top panel must always accommodate in full area
(like toolbars). And the left panel always accommodate
the remain area of the winform.

How can I force that?

Thx in advance.

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Cesar
Nov 21 '05 #1
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"Ronchese" <ro******@smlinfo.com.br> schrieb:
I 'm doing a form that have two dockable panels, one at top and other at
left (for sample).

The user can double-clicks the panels and they become floating, which
double-clicked again, come back to dock.

The problem is, according with the re-dock order, the panels accommodate
themselves in different forms. I need the panels
be dockable this form: the top panel must always accommodate in full area
(like toolbars). And the left panel always accommodate
the remain area of the winform.


Docking order is determined by the controls' Z-index. You can change a
control's Z-index by calling its 'BringToFront' or 'SendToBack' methods.

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