This may be a stupid/newbie question, usual apologies if so, but I'm writing
in C#, and I've got an application with an MDI setup, and I want to add
windows in as child windows to the MDI's child windows.
For example, my documents contain many objects, and I want to add a dragable
window (preferably toolbox look, with only a title and a close button)
_inside_ the document (MDI client) window to represent certain objects; that
window for an object would move around if you scrolled the document window,
and the document window scroll bars should reflect the object window's
existence, and so on.
I guess I could create a control or group of controls that would mimic a
window, but is there not just a way to add a child or client window in
directly? Fox Pro does it, but I'm guessing that wasn't written in C#.
I've searched, and I've tried things, and now I'm forced to ask wiser or
more experienced heads than mine....
For what it's worth, I'm not married to the MDI, I could dump it if it's
easier - I just used it to try to get this to work.... SDI would be fine if
I could get #(@!$ child windows to work....
So how do I do this?
Thanks for any help,