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Frederic Rezeau Jul 19, 2007 - 11:58 AM


I am working on a new SDI application using Prof-UIS to manage docked and tabbed windows and I haven’t found a way to have control bars configured to wrap windows in such a way that they always occupy the exact entire area of the mainframe.

In other words, I want to know if there is a way to have CExtControlBar or CExtDynTabControlBar that automatically occupy the exact and entire area of the main view.

Lets say, we have ’A’ (a CExtControlBar docked on TOP of the Frame) and ’B’ (a CExtControlBar docked on TOP as well at bottom edge of A), is there a way to have B’s bottom edge always set so that it fills the gap at the bottom of the mainframe?

Thanks in advance


Suhai Gyorgy Jul 20, 2007 - 2:26 AM

Support’s answer was this to a similar question:

The control bar was designed as a window which can be docked with any of the frame window borders or be floating over the frame window. There is only one chance to fill all the frame window with the bars: just use dynamic resizable control bars that support switching to the document view mode. These control bars are demonstrated in SDI_DynamicBars and MDI_DynamicBars samples.

But maybe you can find CExtPanelControlBar class useful. Check out the FixedSizePanels sample.