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Font of docked window in AutoHide mode

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4824 Jun 3,2003 08:33 AM Jun 6,2003 10:16 AM Windows Forms 1
Tags: Tools
Thomas A. Anderson, Program Writer
Asked On June 3, 2003 08:33 AM

When a control is docked to a border and is in hidden mode, the control's title appears on the window border. Is there a way to change the font size of this title -- for example, to make it bigger? It's not really a big deal, but someone was asking me about it... David

Prakash S [Syncfusion]
Replied On June 6, 2003 10:16 AM

Hi David, The AutoHide TabControls will, by default, use the System font (SystemInformation.MenuFont) that is consistent with the rest of the UI elements. While there is no direct way to change the font, you can do this by iterating the main form's Controls collection, picking out the Syncfusion.Windows.Forms.Tools.AHTabControl instances, and changing their Font property. The autohide tabs are created during layout initialization and you can change their fonts from within a handler for the DockingManager.NewDockStateEndLoad event. Prakash Syncfusion


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