I'm trying to achieve a visual studio style look except I don't need multiple documents to be tabbed in the main area. I need to have multiple documents tabbed in the bottom area instead that will act as detail panes. I'm not sure how to achieve this. All I see in the examples are ways to get multiple documents to be tabbed in the main (full) area. How can you tell multiple items to be docked to the bottom and given the tabbed look?
To be more clear I'm trying to figure out the correct XAML for the following controls using the DockingManager (Navigation, Detail 1 2 & 3)
MMMuthalagu M Syncfusion Team May 30, 2013 06:06 AM UTC
Thank you for using Syncfusion Products.
Currently it is not possible to place the document pane window at bottom side like tabbed windows in Docking Manager by directly, but it is possible by some workaround.
We have prepared a work around sample for your requirement and you can download the sample from the attachment.
In this sample, we have placed one dock window at top (By SideInDockMode="Top") with NoHeader value is true. If NoHeader values is true for particular element means, then nothing is displayed in the header position and it is looking like an empty window. By this, the document pane automatically moved to bottom position and it looks as tabbed window.