[MSEide-MSEgui-talk] docking question

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[MSEide-MSEgui-talk] docking question

code dz
Hi Martin
i this layout (see attachment)
i want to place the target-console window under watches window , is it
possible to drag target-console window directly to the desired place ?
it seems i must place it on top of debugger window first , then drag
it down ( which i think it is not practical )


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Re: [MSEide-MSEgui-talk] docking question

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On Sunday 14 October 2018 19:07:21 code dz wrote:
> Hi Martin
> i this layout (see attachment)
> i want to place the target-console window under watches window , is it
> possible to drag target-console window directly to the desired place ?
> it seems i must place it on top of debugger window first , then drag
> it down ( which i think it is not practical )

Yes, dropping a window into a sub panel by the subpanel grip *always* places
the inserted window as first element. Normal dragging (not over a grip)
*always* accesses the the top level panel. Important is *always* which I
think is very practical. ;-)

Martin




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code dz
i know this is how you designed docking system but i find this way
much practical


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