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Where is Whidbey Style?

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Topic: Where is Whidbey Style?
Posted By: kent_t
Subject: Where is Whidbey Style?
Date Posted: 18 September 2008 at 7:21pm

On my recommendation my company has purchased the full 2008 Xtreme ToolKit Pro. v12.0.0.

I anticipated using a docking pane that looks and works like the linked example below.

I have compiled each and every one of the samples under the \..\Samples\DockingPane\*. folders. And I do not see anything like this.

Where would I find the example that matches the above url example? And to confirm, I did get the control above in the full toolkit, right?

Thank you.

Posted By: Oleg
Date Posted: 19 September 2008 at 1:59am
Thanks for your choice :)
You need Samples\DockingPane\PaneSample  sample and in Menu click
DockingPane->Docking Context->Alpha Context and
DockingPane->Docking Context->DOcking Stickers.
or just add
in code.

Oleg, Support Team

Posted By: kent_t
Date Posted: 24 September 2008 at 3:01pm
That works. Thank you.

I have actually enjoyed working with the CodeJock controls so far.

On another note, I noticed in all the docking pane examples that when a docking pane - and its text - is initially displayed in the horizontal and then the pane is docked in the vertical, that the text will then be displayed vertically as well.

Bad example follows:

Text - in the horizontal.

- in the vertical. Or in fact, the entire label will go vertical.

Is there a setting where I can keep the text horizontal? I will keep the pane wide enough to accommodate the text.

If not, I'm hoping I can rotate the text label internally to do this.

Thanks again.

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