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 From: Ryss Unger
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Subject: Duely noted for inclusiion (memo only) empty
Thread ID: 288 Message ID: 289 # Views: 1 # Ratings: 0
Version: Unknown Category: General VFP Topics
Date: Tuesday, May 22, 2001 8:20:55 AM         
   


> With the help of Dale's concepts pointed out to me it was obvious that this would be the solution. The only problem with Dale's solution is that he was coding "8" for the second parameter, it would not work with the "8" because my toolbar buttons are quite large say 50x50. I was originally going to use a sysmetric # that returns the height of the toolbar but I was wrong, the closest to that displays the height of the menu bar.
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> mytoolbar2.DOCK(0,0,mytoolbar1.height)
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> Anyway thanks for all the input.
>
> PS. Ryss can you place this in the FAQ.
>
> Paul Culbertson
>
> Houston, TX
>


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Solution: How to stack Docked toolbars programmatically FAQ: Posted by Paul Culbertson @ 5/22/2001 8:14:13 AM
Duely noted for inclusiion (memo only) empty Posted by Ryss Unger @ 5/22/2001 8:20:55 AM
RE: Solution: How to stack Docked toolbars programmatically FAQ: Posted by Eric den Doop @ 5/22/2001 10:02:50 AM
RE: Solution: How to stack Docked toolbars programmatically FAQ: Posted by Paul Culbertson @ 5/22/2001 10:17:29 AM