Hi,

As requested, I'm typing up this feature request on here.

An extra overload for this method would be nice:

public IDocument ShowDocument(IDocument document, string memento, bool active)

in order to allow the newly shown document to be given the active focus (unless I've missed something, I can't achieve this with the current API).

Conditionally, it will then call:

DockManager.ActiveDocument = content;

Cheers, Lee.

asked 28 Aug '10, 15:21

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edited 11 Sep '10, 20:31

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Would it tick you off if I added this overload but changed the existing method work as if active is true? I think most people expect that to be the case.

(30 Aug '10, 19:40) Scott Whitlock ♦♦

I agree. I expect that to be the default behavior.

(09 Sep '10, 10:59) BSalita

Hi, I've only just realised I didn't have email notifications turned on. I agree - it's good to see it in the latest version, cheers!

(13 Sep '10, 17:58) Lee

I'll work on this for the next release. Thanks for posting it!

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