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    Posted: 11 June 2009 at 7:28am
Hi,
 
Thanks. Just add
RecalcLayout(FALSE);
in the end of OnOptionsRighttoleft method.
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Still happens with 13.1 beta...
Product: Xtreme ToolkitPro 2009 (13.4.1)
Platform: Windows 7 Ultimate(64bit)
Language: Visual Studio 2010 (C++)
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If you set right->left reading option for menus, docked panes are unaffected. BUT, when you reset left->right they seem to switch sides...

You can see this in the Ribbon.RibbonSample application.
  1. Launch the Ribbon sample application; the "Styles" docking window is on the left.
  2. Now select the Options > Right to Left command. The menus and command bars swap around but the Styles docker remains on the left
  3. Select the Options > Right to Left command again. The menus and command bars reset. BUT, the Styles docker now moves to the right.
I guess that the docking panes should swap sides every time the reading order is changed....
Product: Xtreme ToolkitPro 2009 (13.4.1)
Platform: Windows 7 Ultimate(64bit)
Language: Visual Studio 2010 (C++)
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