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C# MDI sizable window.

Posted on 2003-11-14
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I am trying to creat MDI window with Kinda Explorer on side. Some what like Windows Explorer on side and you viewing the Folders on other side. I tried with tree view with splitter. it worked when u increase its size but its not good when u decrease the size of treeview. Give me any suggestion PLS what Should I do.?
Thanking You all.
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by:Sijin
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Can you explain how it is not god when you decrease the size of the treeview. Do you want some minimum size for the treeview?

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by:smegghead
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You might have to play around with the zorder of the sections of the screen, it becomes quite relevant when you start docking controls.

What are the controls you have ?? is it a treeview, a splitter and a frame (containing all your other controls) ??

Smg.
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by:ullfindsmit
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I am using treeview which is docked on right side of my window. then I am using Splitter so when i increase the size of the treeview the splitter also increase by itself. When i decresed the size of treeview splitter remains there and treeview get smaller. and splitter size cant be decreased after tat.
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smegghead earned 500 total points
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Are you also right docking the splitter ?? if not, you should be..

Are you resizing the treeview in code or by using the splitter ??

Smg
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by:Sijin
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The splitter should also be right docked, then you won't get that behaviour.
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by:smegghead
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Sijin - didn't I just say that ???
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by:Sijin
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Yup :)
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by:ullfindsmit
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Actually I did that still i got the same problem:((
Man Help me out this is an important. PLZ.
Thanks
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by:ullfindsmit
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I am sorry guys i try it and it works great. Thanks
But whom shud i awarded the points.
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by:smegghead
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Thanks ullfindsmit, glad it worked.. I think you awarded the points to the right person, you get nothing for coping on this site :-)

ps. why grade 'b' :-(

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or copying, for that matter.
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