Hello there, I have two questions in here :
I've been trying for some time to keep the header of my RadPanes when i make them float but nothing seems to work.
As you can see on the attached files :
- IMG1 : How it looks like originally ;
- IMG2 : When I make a single Pane float, the PaneHeader disappears,
- IMG3 : When I move a second pane to the floating window, both PaneHeaders appear, but then the ToolWindow has none.
My assumption is that my PaneHeader is shown only if the RadPane is contained in a RadPaneGroup, and that it is otherwise used to generated the ToolWindow's one, loosing its style on the way.
So as soon as I add another RadPane, a RadPaneGroup is generated and PaneHeaders are restored, but then the ToolWindow has nothing to use as its Header.
It looks like modifying the ToolWindow's ControlTemplate isn't enough, though (even without the fact that it randomly crashes when launched).
If you have any solution for this please let me know.
The second question is this one :
Is it possible to change the behavior of the ToolWindow's generation by directly modifying the method that is called at this moment ? I couldn't find any documentation about this, neither did I manage to find which function is doing it.
But my guess is that there is a method somewhere that either directly casts the RadPane into a ToolWindow (which would explain the messy stuff I get) or translates only certain attributes from the Pane to the Window.
Either way, if it is possible to change it, that's how I would prefer to do it.
That's it, thank you in advance for your help.