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Dockable Toolbar in Win32 API

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Hello,

I would like to make a dockable toolbar, but I have found no APIs to handle this. Everything is designed to work with MFCs. Is it possible ?

Thank you,

Laurent.
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If you want to have dockable toolbar
without MFC you will have to write it
yourself, because no Win32 directly
concern this. You can look in MFC
source code to understand how their
implementation works, but you'd better
use MFC :)
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