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DockingManager with treeview, hide after nodeclick

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2632 Feb 6,2003 05:09 AM Feb 7,2003 12:22 PM Windows Forms 1
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Gunnar Hov
Asked On February 6, 2003 05:09 AM

I have a TreeView control in my DockingManager, and I want to hide the control as soon as a node in the tree is clicked. Now the control isn't hidden until I activate a control on the form (i.e. the DockingManager looses focus). Is there anyway I can achive this? /Gunnar

Prakash S [Syncfusion]
Replied On February 7, 2003 12:22 PM

If the docking window is in the autohidden mode, but is locked due to it having the focus, then it can be forced back into the hidden state by invoking the DockingManager.HideAutoHiddenControl() method. On the other hand, if you want to 'close' the control, then use the DockingManager.SetDockVisibility(Control, FALSE) method. The Essential Tools Class Reference documentation provides more detailed information on these functions. Prakash Syncfusion

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