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Docking Panel autohide issue

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2298 Jan 2,2003 01:49 PM Dec 10,2004 12:35 PM Windows Forms 13
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Steve Weixel
Asked On January 2, 2003 01:49 PM

We have a form (not MDI) that has a docking manager, a dockingclientpanel containing a [syncfusion] grid control, and several panels docked together on the left side of the form. When the panels are set to autohide, everything works fine if you mouse over the tab; then when you leave the panel area, it goes away as it should. HOWEVER, if you click on anything in the panel, then it does not go away when you click back on the grid. Was this intentional, or did I find a new bug?

Prakash S [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 5, 2003 01:48 PM

Steve, This looks like a bug. The correct behavior is that when focus is removed from a locked autohidden control by clicking elsewhere, the control should revert to the hidden mode. I checked the SDIDemo sample, and it appears that only those autohidden controls that are aligned along the left border of the form exhibit this problem. Is this the same condition that you are observing in your application? Prakash Syncfusion, Inc.

Steve Weixel
Replied On January 6, 2003 06:49 AM

Yes, from your description, that is the same problem.

Prakash S [Syncfusion]
Replied On January 6, 2003 08:12 AM

Steve, The problem has been fixed. The next revision to Essential Tools (due around the 3rd week of January) will include the fix. Thank you for bringing this issue to our attention. Prakash Syncfusion, Inc

Tom Le Blanc
Replied On April 29, 2003 02:52 PM

Unfortunately, it looks like it either didn't get fixed, or the 1.5.2.0 upgrade recreated the problem--in spades. Now the window that is unpinned will not autohide even if the focus gets transfered to one of the other windows. Thanks, Tom

Tom Le Blanc
Replied On April 30, 2003 03:57 PM

The panel only autohides when one moves the mouse over the blank tab strip area. This is when our form is called as a Dialog. When we call the form in a different manner (passing it the host and docking manager in the constructor) the autohide works fine. Any thoughts? Thanks, Tom

Prakash S [Syncfusion]
Replied On May 5, 2003 08:37 AM

Hi Tom, I am somewhat confused by your description of how the DockingManager is being used in your application. If possible, please send a small sample that shows the problem. This will make it much easier for us to look into and fix this issue. Thanks, Prakash Syncfusion, Inc

Robin
Replied On June 10, 2004 01:50 PM

I have version 2.0 of essential tools and am seeing the same problem here: a hidden docked panel is rolled over and it opens, a selection is made within the panel and then the mouse is rolled out. The docking panel does not hide again, but it should. I do not see a resolution here, please respond. Thanks.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 10, 2004 05:54 PM

Hi Robin, I have tested for this here, and would like to confirm that this issue has been taken care of in our latest release v2.0.5.1. Please refer to the sample attached that illustrates this, and let me know if I have understood your problem correctly. If not, kindly modify the sample to show the problem that you are facing, and send it to us so that we can take a look at it. Also let me know the version of Essential Suite that you are using. We appreciate your cooperation on this issue. Regards, Guru Patwal Syncfusion, Inc.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 17, 2004 10:59 AM

Thank you for the response. Before I check this out you should know that I have version 2.0.5.0. Was there a fix in version 2.0.5.1 or should my version work? >Hi Robin, > >I have tested for this here, and would like to confirm that this issue has been taken care of in our latest release v2.0.5.1. Please refer to the sample attached that illustrates this, and let me know if I have understood your problem correctly. If not, kindly modify the sample to show the problem that you are facing, and send it to us so that we can take a look at it. > >Also let me know the version of Essential Suite that you are using. We appreciate your cooperation on this issue. > >Regards, >Guru Patwal >Syncfusion, Inc.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 23, 2004 01:26 PM

Hi Robin, Sorry for the delay in responding. I tested the sample with version 2.0.5.0 and it seems to work fine. Thanks. Best regards, Stephen. >Thank you for the response. Before I check this out you should know that I have version 2.0.5.0. Was there a fix in version 2.0.5.1 or should my version work? > >>Hi Robin, >> >>I have tested for this here, and would like to confirm that this issue has been taken care of in our latest release v2.0.5.1. Please refer to the sample attached that illustrates this, and let me know if I have understood your problem correctly. If not, kindly modify the sample to show the problem that you are facing, and send it to us so that we can take a look at it. >> >>Also let me know the version of Essential Suite that you are using. We appreciate your cooperation on this issue. >> >>Regards, >>Guru Patwal >>Syncfusion, Inc.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On December 3, 2004 11:20 AM

I have noticed this same problem in version 3.0.0.19. It manifests itself in both the SDIDemo and the ahtest sample. Is there a workaround or fix? Bill >Hi Robin, > >Sorry for the delay in responding. I tested the sample with version 2.0.5.0 and it seems to work fine. Thanks. > >Best regards, > >Stephen. > >>Thank you for the response. Before I check this out you should know that I have version 2.0.5.0. Was there a fix in version 2.0.5.1 or should my version work? >> >>>Hi Robin, >>> >>>I have tested for this here, and would like to confirm that this issue has been taken care of in our latest release v2.0.5.1. Please refer to the sample attached that illustrates this, and let me know if I have understood your problem correctly. If not, kindly modify the sample to show the problem that you are facing, and send it to us so that we can take a look at it. >>> >>>Also let me know the version of Essential Suite that you are using. We appreciate your cooperation on this issue. >>> >>>Regards, >>>Guru Patwal >>>Syncfusion, Inc.

Bob Hogan
Replied On December 6, 2004 11:18 AM

I am having the same problem in v2.1.0.9, I think. After clicking in the un-auto-hidden window, I have to either hover over the left margin strip, or click in some other window. Shouldn''t the auto-hideable window autohide itself after the mouse leaves it? My observation is that the problem mode seems to be instigated by making another docked control visible programmatically, i.e. "dockingManager.SetDockVisibility( someOtherWindow, true );"

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On December 10, 2004 12:35 PM

Hi, Thanks for reporting this issue. I was able to see that the when the AutoHidden Panel was selected and then when clicked on the form it didnt not cause the Autohidden panel to slide back inside. I have created a bug report with the development team. We will fix this issue before the next release. Sorry for the inconvenience. Thanks. Best regards, Stephen. >I am having the same problem in v2.1.0.9, I think. After clicking in the un-auto-hidden window, I have to either hover over the left margin strip, or click in some other window. Shouldn''t the auto-hideable window autohide itself after the mouse leaves it? My observation is that the problem mode seems to be instigated by making another docked control visible programmatically, i.e. "dockingManager.SetDockVisibility( someOtherWindow, true );"

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