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I have a project created with VC2010 and the initial layout is almost ideal, it has a CFileView and a CClasView in a tabbed bar on the left and a CPropertiesWnd on the right.

But for my project these windows need to say where they are and not be moveable, I want to fix them in place. But I can't find out where/how to do that. If I right click in these windows I get the menu for docking, autohide etc. I'd like to disable these options, but how?

I preferably like to actually disable them, but if I can just disable the menu that might be useful alternative.

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I've check and they are all derived from CDockableView, but I still don't know how to stop them being dragged and enabled/disabled by the user.

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Actually it is CDockablePane, a small missprint.

Edited by owenransen

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Thanks Ancient Dragon, with your nudge to me in the right direction, and digging into CDockablePane I've found I should override various functions like:

virtual BOOL CanFloat() const { return FALSE ; }
virtual BOOL CanBeClosed() const { return FALSE ; }
virtual BOOL CanAutoHide() const { return FALSE ; }

to get the behaviour I want. Almost there!

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