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 Toolbars

Thanks,
     I'll try that. I thought I was doing something the wrong way.

--
Bill Rollins
Total Control Software Corporation
Marine Dealer Management Systems
_

Quote:
> Hi Bill

> How about putting a panel control on the window, with buttons on top of
the
> panel.

> Then all you need to do is make sure the panel resizes upon window resize.

> HTH

> Mark Sarson


> > All,
> >     I have an MDI window that I would like to have the toolbar remain on
> the
> > window not the appframe. I have no merge checked, but
> > the toolbar still goes to the appframe.
> >     How do I do this?

> >     CW5 Legacy

> > Thanks

> > Bill Rollins



Sat, 14 May 2005 22:33:08 GMT  
 Toolbars
Thanks,
     I'll try that. I thought I was doing something the wrong way.

--
Bill Rollins
Total Control Software Corporation
Marine Dealer Management Systems
_

Quote:
> Hi Bill,

> The toolbar that you create on the MDI window will either MERGE with the
> Appframe's  toolbar or REPLACE it depending on the merge/no merge option.
> It will not appear on the window itself.

> If you want to create a toolbar on the window itself you will need to
> simulate it by creating controls such as buttons, and having them run your
> procedures.  You will need to position and resize them yourself.   I
haven't
> tried Marks idea to use a panel to resize them, I put them in a group and
> then lock the group at the upper left had corner during resize.

> You can use a panel for handles like PANEL,AT(1,2,2,14),BEVEL(0,0,04488H)
> and one for spacers like PANEL,AT(58,3,1,12),BEVEL(0,0,06000H)

> If you need to, you can refer to the DockTB example on how to use the
> PROP:snapheight and PROP:snapwidth for resizing the controls on the
window.

> PS I believe that this merge/no merge works the same for menu items.

> HTH,

> Al Sierra



> > All,
> >     I have an MDI window that I would like to have the toolbar remain on
> the
> > window not the appframe. I have no merge checked, but
> > the toolbar still goes to the appframe.
> >     How do I do this?

> >     CW5 Legacy

> > Thanks

> > Bill Rollins



Sat, 14 May 2005 22:33:40 GMT  
 Toolbars
Thanks.

Bill Rollins
Total Control Software Corporation
Marine Dealer Management Systems
_

Quote:
> Hi Bill,

> The toolbar that you create on the MDI window will either MERGE with the
> Appframe's  toolbar or REPLACE it depending on the merge/no merge option.
> It will not appear on the window itself.

> If you want to create a toolbar on the window itself you will need to
> simulate it by creating controls such as buttons, and having them run your
> procedures.  You will need to position and resize them yourself.   I
haven't
> tried Marks idea to use a panel to resize them, I put them in a group and
> then lock the group at the upper left had corner during resize.

> You can use a panel for handles like PANEL,AT(1,2,2,14),BEVEL(0,0,04488H)
> and one for spacers like PANEL,AT(58,3,1,12),BEVEL(0,0,06000H)

> If you need to, you can refer to the DockTB example on how to use the
> PROP:snapheight and PROP:snapwidth for resizing the controls on the
window.

> PS I believe that this merge/no merge works the same for menu items.

> HTH,

> Al Sierra



> > All,
> >     I have an MDI window that I would like to have the toolbar remain on
> the
> > window not the appframe. I have no merge checked, but
> > the toolbar still goes to the appframe.
> >     How do I do this?

> >     CW5 Legacy

> > Thanks

> > Bill Rollins



Sat, 14 May 2005 22:34:35 GMT  
 Toolbars
Thanks, I'll look at that option also.

--
Bill Rollins
Total Control Software Corporation
Marine Dealer Management Systems
_

Quote:
> Bill,

> Check out EasyDocker from IngasoftPlus:

> http://www.ingasoftplus.com/id52.htm

> I think it might do what you want it to do.

> HTH,

> Charles Edmonds



> > All,
> >     I have an MDI window that I would like to have the toolbar remain on
> the
> > window not the appframe. I have no merge checked, but
> > the toolbar still goes to the appframe.
> >     How do I do this?

> >     CW5 Legacy

> > Thanks

> > Bill Rollins



Sat, 14 May 2005 22:35:09 GMT  
 
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