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Right Click closing subpanels.

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Here's a dumb one. I just can't remember how to do it. I have a panel that when say you open the radio stack, Then if you right click on the panel it closes, instead of giving the pop-up for the option of undocking panel. How in the world do I turn this off. Kinda a pain in the butt when trying to undock and move to second monitor.

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Here's a dumb one. I just can't remember how to do>it. I have a panel that when say you open the radio stack, >Then if you right click on the panel it closes, instead of>giving the pop-up for the option of undocking panel. How in>the world do I turn this off. Kinda a pain in the butt when>trying to undock and move to second monitor.If it is a .gau file, then you are out of luck. If it's an XML gauge, then you can simply un-cab the gauge and modify the Mouse Event to be either left-click or remove the "close function" entirely.I know that there are some gauge designers who like to do the "right click close thingy," but I avoid it like the plague for exactly the reason you cited above!I like to "undock" a sub-panel and move it to a second monitor myself...You *can* switch to VC view, invoke the sub-panel via the keyboard (Shift + the #), move the popup to the second monitor, and then switch back to the 2d view.

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Thanks, did some playing around before you posted, found a gauge line in the panel.cfg file in each subpanel section. Was called "panel name"close. I simply placed a // in front of the line and I now can right click to undock and don't think it degraded the panel(s) in any way. :)

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