> Can we make DOCKABLE Window with Plug-in ?
On the future version of Notepad++, yes.
We are working on it for the next release (v4.0).
Contact me at don_DOT_h_AT_free_DOT_fr if you want to the dockable demo and latest binary to develop and test your dockable plugin dialog.
yes i would like to try out the dockable demo. can you send me at email@example.com [skumar_rao at hotmail.com]
can you upload it someware
P.S. I have Visual Studio 2003 .NET, can you make a project for this envirement
Could you please send a dockable demo to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks a lot.
Examples for dockable plugins see:
i am doing somthing like this, and it doesn't allow for my dialog to be DOCKABLE, why ?
rect.left = 20;
rect.top = 20;
rect.right = 500;
rect.bottom = 500;
data.hClient = dialogHandle;
data.pszName = " Console ";
data.dlgID = 8;
data.uMask = DWS_DF_CONT_RIGHT;
data.hIconTab = NULL;
data.pszAddInfo = NULL;
data.rcFloat = rect;
data.iPrevCont = DWS_DF_CONT_LEFT;
data.pszModuleName = "YASEplugin.dll";
SendMessage(nppData._nppHandle, WM_DMM_REGASDCKDLG, 0, (LPARAM)&data);
SendMessage(nppData._nppHandle, WM_MODELESSDIALOG, (WPARAM) MODELESSDIALOGADD, (LPARAM) dialogHandle);
Please have a look into the "Docking.h". Here you can see following comment for following paramteres of tTbData:
// internal data, do not use !!!
const char* pszModuleName;
SO, DO NOT FILL OUT THE PARAMATERS!!! They will fill out and used only internal by Notepad++. If you want to predefine the rect size use the RESOURCE information in Visual Studio.
BTW: Do not write " Console ". Use "Console"!