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How to Display AutoHidden panel on click event and not OnMouseOver

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116498 Jun 3,2014 02:19 AM UTC Jun 4,2014 12:43 AM UTC WPF 2
Tags: DockingManager
Rodolphe Billottet
Asked On June 3, 2014 02:19 AM UTC

My application display Real-time financial information.

So I like using AutoHidden panel to put some non prime-importance items/info.

But the way the panel pops up automatically when you pass the mouse over can be annoying when it is not intentional.

It is annoying because it happen that a panel hide to the user major information.

Also the "Show" and "Hide" triggers are not consistent : the panel is not hiding when the mouse leave the control area. The control get hidden only if you clic somewhere else. It is not really logical to me. 

Is there a way to trigger show/hide by "clic" (on the caption)  and not on mouse over?

Vijayalakshmi Roopkumar [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 3, 2014 10:15 AM UTC

Hi Rodolphe,
Thank you for contacting Syncfusion Support.
we have created the sample that tries to meet your requirement.
In this sample we  have set the IsAnimationEnabledOnMouse property of DockingManager as false.
Now AutoHidePanel will be open when we click on side panel. 
Currently there is no support to "Hide the already opened side panel when click on side panel Header". We can only hide the side panel by click on outside of side panel.
You can download the sample from the following attachment.
Please let us know if you have any queries.
Vijayalakshmi V.R

Attachment: Docking_Manager1_c84f113d.zip

Rodolphe Billottet
Replied On June 4, 2014 12:43 AM UTC

Thanks Vijayalakshmi


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