I am trying to modernize a (non-adm) window so that the tabstrip ocx can be replace with a tab control without having to rewrite the whole .w
So far I have been able to embed the window into a .net form, and create a .net tabstrip .
However, when a tab is clicked, I want to overlay the appropriate frame on top of the tab page.
I can't seem to get the z-order right - either the tab control is always over the top of the frame (I can't see the frame) or the tabcontrol is hidden behind the window container
has anyone else managed to do this sort of thing ? **
** hoping that MikeF will answer .. ;)
That’s one of the tricks we do with the WinKit, Sir ;-)Nobody ever said, we can only have one WindowContainer per Form ;-)
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On 27 August 2014 16:46, Mike Fechner
> AW: AW: moving a frame z order to overlay a .net tab control
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wouldn't it work if you "reparent" the windowcontainer to the selected tab when it gets selected?