There is no way to directly add floating window without docking it first. To overcome this limitation you can show a separate form and then dock it when necessary.
Another approach would be to change the dock state of a DockWindow
which will work faster and the change would not be so obvious:
DocumentWindow window =
window.BackColor = Color.Pink;
var host =
host.DockState = DockState.Floating;
In addition, you can use the FloatingWindowCreated
to change the size:
sender, FloatingWindowEventArgs e)
I hope this will be useful.
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