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<b>How can I hide/show the buttons in the title bar of a particular docking window? </b>

 

DockingManager has 6 methods for the manipulation of the buttons displayed in Title bar

SetCloseButtonVisibility(Control crtl,bool visibility) : Used to show/hide the close button in the title bar of the particular window.

GetCloseButtonVisibility(Control crtl) : Returns a bool value according to the visibility of close button

SetAutoHideButtonVisibility(Control ctrl,bool visibility) : Used to show/hide the Autohide button in the title bar of the particular window.

GetAutoHideButtonVisibility(Control crtl) : Returns a bool value according to the visibility of AutoHide button

SetMenuButtonVisibility(Control ctrl,bool visibility) : Used to show/hide the menu button in the title bar of the particular window.

GetMenuButtonVisibility(Control crtl) : Returns a bool value according to the visibility of menu button

The Following code Demonstrate the Usage Of these methods

C#

// Hide the Close button in the Tittle Bar for gradientLabel1 Control

this.dockingManager1.SetCloseButtonVisibility(this.gradientLabel1, false); //true to show again

' Gets the visibility of menu button in the title bar of gradientLabel1 Control.

this.dockingManager1.GetCloseButtonVisibility(this.gradientLabel1) //true is button is visible.false otherwise.

VB

' Hide the Close button in the Tittle Bar for gradientLabel1 Control.

me.dockingManager1.SetCloseButtonVisibility(me.GradientLabel1, False); 'True to show again.

' Gets the visibility of menu button in the title bar of gradientLabel1 Control.

me.dockingManager1.GetCloseButtonVisibility(me.GradientLabel1) //True is button is visible.False otherwise.

Article ID: Published Date: Last Revised Date: Platform: Control:
1505 04/30/2011 07/10/2014 Windows Forms DockingManager
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