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AutohideMode of DockingManager

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7978 Oct 16,2003 03:13 AM Oct 16,2003 07:32 AM Windows Forms 1
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Asked On October 16, 2003 03:13 AM

Hello, I've a dockable control, that is registered at a dockingmanager. Now I set this control into autohide mode (unpinned state). Is there a method to slide this control from full size to thumbnail size and vice versa from thumb nail size to full size! Thomas

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Replied On October 16, 2003 07:32 AM

Hi Thomas, You could force an auto-hidden docking window to slide out using the DockingManager's ActivateControl method as follows : dockingManager1.ActivateControl(this.panel1); You could hide a 'open' auto-hidden docking window by using the DockingManager's HideAutoHiddenControl method as follows : dockingManager1.HideAutoHiddenControl(); Please refer to the sample application attached which shows how this can be done, and let me know if this helps. Thanks for choosing Syncfusion products. Regards, Guru Patwal Syncfusion, Inc.


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