I looked at your docking demo: "Buttons on selected tabs" and tried to implement similar behavior in my program. The feature I don't like is the look of floating windows in this example:
- When there's only a single tab in a floating window, I see empty window title and the tab below. I have two closing buttons, the maximize button on the title bar, and options button on the tab.
- Where there are more tabs in a single floating window, the situation is slightly better, however again I have empty title bar.
The desired behavior in my case is:
- For a single tab in a floating window I'd like to have similar look as in regular, not modified docking (i.e. as in "Features (in-line)" demo
- For more tabs in a floating window I'd like to get rid of empty title bar. I managed to achieve such situation changing "raftingWindow.TitleBarVisibility = RaftingWindowTitleBarVisibility.Visible;" to "raftingWindow.TitleBarVisibility = RaftingWindowTitleBarVisibility.Hidden;" in MyDockSite.cs, however in this case I couldn't move the floating window anymore. I wish I could move the window by dragging the empty space on the right of tabs.
Can I achieve the above using available settings? I tried to do it myself, but I failed :-(