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How to cancel ONE of multiple Tabbed Floating Control Closes

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69219 Oct 18,2007 04:37 PM Oct 26,2007 06:54 AM Windows Forms 1
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Asked On October 18, 2007 04:37 PM

Using DockingManager:
I have 2 controls floating, tabbed.

When the user clicks the Close button, I don't want BOTH to close, just the current one.

I know I need to use the DockVisibilityChanging, but don't really know how to accomplish this. If I cancel, it cancels all of them.

I need the first non-selected control in the tab group to become the active control, and the one that was active to go away.

Golda Rebecal [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 26, 2007 06:54 AM

Hi ERobishaw,

Sorry for the delay in responding.

You can achieve your requirement using the following code:

void dockingManager1_DockVisibilityChanging(object sender, DockVisibilityChangingEventArgs arg)
bool flag = false;
DockHost dhost2 = arg.Control.Parent as DockHost;
DockHostController dhc = dhost2.InternalController as DockHostController;
if ((dhc.ParentController != null) && (dhc.ParentController is DockTabController))
DockTabController dtc = dhc.ParentController as DockTabController;
DockTabControl tabcontrol = dtc.TabControl as DockTabControl;
TabPageAdv tab1 = tabcontrol.SelectedTab;
foreach (TabPageAdv tab in tabcontrol.TabPages)
if (tab.TabVisible == true)
flag = true;
if (flag)
arg.Cancel = true;

Please refer to the attached sample that illustrates the same:

Kindly let me know if this helps you.

We appreciate your interest in Syncfusion products.

Best regards,


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