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Problems with Outlook bar

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Hi,
 
I am using Outlook bar in my (vb.net) project, I must say that I really like it, however I run into few problems that are really annoying.
 
I am using version 2.0.0.48 of Fireball.Windows.Forms.dll.
 
1.) I have 5 panes in my project. When application is launched, all panes are minimized, but splitter appears if there are some items. If I will select something else\click on area, all items appears as supposed.
 
2.) My panes are Environment, Servers, PA, Packages and Silos (in that order). When application is run, everything is fine. Now if I click on Servers (second pane), order is automatically changed:
Environment
PA
Packages
Silos
Servers
 
If I select environment again, it keep order (which is good). If I select PA, order is changed again:
Environment
Packages
Silos
PA
Servers
 
And so it goes... When I parsed (clicked) all items, it will keep order correctly.
 
3.) I click on pane button. Mouse cursor is hand.
Now I will go to upper area (pane itself) - mouse is OK (normal).
 
Now I go back to pane buttons area, point my mouse (not click) on another UNSELECTED pane. Do the same, but mouse pointer is hand cursor.
 
This is if I go around splitter. If I go through splitter (straight up), mouse cursor will change to resize.
 
It appears that after entering pane area, mouse cursor is not reset (set to default one), but it will remember last state.
 
Thanks guys for all your work, Fireball is really great :)
 
Martin

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Soulin wrote Jan 18, 2008 at 2:57 PM

Also one more problem - if pane is disabled, users can still click on it and select it :(

Soulin wrote Jan 18, 2008 at 11:16 PM

As workaround for 1.), I speficy SelectedPane again and then it works...

Soulin wrote Jan 21, 2008 at 8:38 AM

Small update - for 1.), you must start clicking from Top to Bottom - from Bottom to Top it works :(

dotnetfireball wrote Feb 10, 2008 at 5:35 PM

Please send me an example with i can reproduce the problem because this not happen to me

wrote May 28, 2008 at 12:28 AM

wrote Feb 14, 2013 at 3:45 AM