Thank you for your interest in our RadDocking control for WPF
What comes up to my mind is to subscribe to the PaneStateChange
event of the RadDocking
. This event is fired when pane changes its state. You can take a look at the Pane States
help article for further information. In the event handler, you can use the event arguments to get the current RadPane
. And at last, to see if the pane is floating you can use its IsFloating
property. You can create a collection, for example, to preserve the panes which are in a floating state.
sender, Telerik.Windows.RadRoutedEventArgs e)
var pane = e.OriginalSource
// populate a collection
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