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SplitContainer question

Thanks in advance for reading/responding.

In my Windows forms app, I was going to have an Infragistics ListBar control
docking/filling the left panel of a SplitContainer, and use the right panel
to load my user controls.

But now I want to sometimes have another user control (narrow.. to show a
list) next to (on the right of) my ListBar. I'll want the right panel to
spring/maximize to as much space as it can take up. If there is just the
ListBar on the form, then the right panel would stretch over to it. If
there's a secondary list control in the left panel, I'd like the right panel
to spring back to allow it to display too.

QUESTION: Can I do this with just one SplitContainer control, or do I need
to put another SplitContainer control within the left panel of the main
SplitContainer control? How do I make the right panel "spring" back and
forth to accomodate something else being next to the ListBar (the ListBar
will be fixed by the way)?

Thanks for any help,
Ron
Apr 5 '07 #1
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