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DockingManager Disappears when Out-of-Browser

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96847 Oct 9,2010 09:54 PM UTC Oct 12,2010 12:56 PM UTC Silverlight 1
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Troy Teague
Asked On October 9, 2010 09:54 PM UTC

I am trying to use the DockingManager for my app. My app will be running out-of-browser (OOB).

When the app is run, the DockingManager appears as designed; however, a simple mouse-over causes the DockingManager, along with any of its child controls, to disappear.

I have reproduced this by creating a new Silverlight project and adding nothing but a DockingManager to the XAML. The result is the same, i.e. the DockingManager appears initially but disappears as soon as the mouse moves over it.

I also tested the Silverlight sample app. I was able to build and run the samples just fine. I changed the app to OOB, recompiled, and the DockingManager disappears. The rest of the samples appeared to run fine, though I admittedly did not verify every one of them.

Does the DockingManager support OOB? Is there something I need to do to enable it to stay visible?

Mayavel K [Syncfusion]
Replied On October 12, 2010 12:56 PM UTC

Hi Troy,

We are able to reproduce the issue with DockingManger when run the application in Out-Of-Browser. However this issue has been fixed in our latest source and it will be available in our Vol4 release which will be expected to be out on "10/14/2010". We will get back to you once our vol4 rolled out.

Please let us know if you have any queries.

Mayavel k


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