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how to use or load namespace Salamander.Windows

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On Code Project there is a custm collapsible control:   http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/3057/Windows-XP-style-Collapsible-Panel-Bar

I need help setting this up.  What files do I download where?  
It seems that there is a namespace referencing Salamader.windows.forms  < --Where is this and what files go there?

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download the release binary, u should get dll called CollapsiblePanelBar.dll.
add it to your project and after u place the Panel on your form, go to the designer.cs and replace the type of the Panel from System.Windows.Forms.Panel to CollapsiblePanelBar.
u need to add reference to CollapsiblePanelBar by having this line of code at the top of the .cs file:
using Salamander.Windows.Forms;

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to see how it's integrated into a project, u can download the demo project, and look how it's being used inside.
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I had already did all that,,,but the answer confirmed I was doing it right.  Thanks
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