docking windows

hi! i would like to make my application's windows snapping (like in winamp). how is this possible ?

kind regards
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sauliteCommented:
i'm sorry, i didn't understood what do you mean? you want that window can be moved, by dragging mouse from any position of window?
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ItsMeAuthor Commented:
my application has 4 windows. i want that you can dock the windows at the main window. if you move the main window, all docked windows shall be moved with the mainwindow.

kind regards
ItsMe
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sauliteCommented:
i dont have delphi right now, but try to find some event of TForm, like OnMove. then a little bit of simple mathematics.
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ItsMeAuthor Commented:
delphi has got a dock property which i don't understand right now. the problem is that there is now on move property.

kind regards
ItsMe
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sauliteCommented:
i dont have delphi right now, but try to find some event of TForm, like OnMove. then a little bit of simple mathematics.
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sauliteCommented:
oops, sorry i re-posted my comment twice :))

OnDock property is for docking windows (like you can dock property editor in editing window, in delphi)
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Mohammed NasmanSoftware DeveloperCommented:

try the FormMagnet, I think it's similar for what you want
http://www.torry.net/complex.htm
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