I updated the link to the item in our Feedback portal in my previous post, as appeared this has already been logged.
Brian - with the current implementation of RadDocking there isn't public built-in functionality to activate the next pane. However you could easily implement this by finding the current active Pane in the Document host and activating the one on the next index. For example if you do it on button click, here is a sample implementation:
sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
var documentHostPanes =
.Dock.Panes.Where(p => p.IsInDocumentHost && !p.IsHidden && p.IsPinned).ToList();
var nextIndexToActivate = documentHostPanes.IndexOf(
.Dock.ActivePane) + 1;
(nextIndexToActivate == documentHostPanes.Count)
nextIndexToActivate = 0;
Hope this helps.
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