how to display two tooltips at one time.

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  1. Zeeshan
    Zeeshan avatar
    19 posts
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    Nov 2005

    Posted 12 Dec 2007 Link to this post

    I am using radtooltip as a popup control cuz its pretty easy. However when u start using radtooltip actually as a popup control u will see that there are times when u would need to actually display two popup controls at one time. However with radtooltip there is no way to specify that u do not close the other popup when i am opening this popup control.

    Secondly it would be nice since i am using radtooltip as a popup contorol for the radtooltip to be draggable. like a property which says draggable = true

    is there any way to do these things currently. can i use drag panel extentender to make tooltip draggable.?
  2. George
    George avatar
    859 posts

    Posted 13 Dec 2007 Link to this post

    Hello Zeeshan,

    I have already answered your other support ticket - for your convenience I pasted below my answer.

    The RadTooltip controls is not draggable and only a single tooltip might be visible at any given time. This behavior is by design and will not be changed as changing it would defy the purpose of the control.

    The purpose of a tooltip is to provide additional information for a given element.

    It is not meant to be used as a popup control or as a draggable panel. For this purpose we provide RadWindow and RadDock controls. Both of these controls are draggable, and allow for more than one visible element of the kind on the page.

    It is not possible to use a drag panel extentender to make tooltip draggable as the tooltip UI is constructed dynamically on the clientside, and it does not reside at the tooltips' original server location.

    Our suggestion is to consider using RadWindow and RadDock, both of which are available in the Prometheus suite.

    All the best,
    the Telerik team
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