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Floating Docking Side Menu

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Hi.
I would like to know if C# in Visual Studio .NET 2005 offers some capability to make the docking menu floatable? (like the UI of Visual Studio itself). If they don't, do you know if there is another way to do it?

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Éric Moreau earned 500 total points
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I use DivElements SandDock: http://www.divelements.com/net/
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Thanks, but is it possible not to use another 3rd party tool?
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