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docking floating controls

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41422 Mar 1,2006 09:48 AM Mar 1,2006 10:44 AM Windows Forms 1
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Bill Brennan
Asked On March 1, 2006 09:48 AM

What is the best way to dock a floating control to its previous state? I used the save dock state, but the controls flash while it reloads the previous dock state. I also used the dock control method, but I can''t seem to dock it in its previous placement including the size of the control. Is there a good way to get rid of this flash or visual reloading of the controls when I load the dock state?

Bill Brennan
Replied On March 1, 2006 10:44 AM

I figured this out, thanks. >What is the best way to dock a floating control to its previous state? I used the save dock state, but the controls flash while it reloads the previous dock state. I also used the dock control method, but I can''t seem to dock it in its previous placement including the size of the control. Is there a good way to get rid of this flash or visual reloading of the controls when I load the dock state?

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