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Panel questions

Question asked by tobve on May 10, 2010
Latest reply on May 11, 2010 by MichaelWatts

I've got a part of a program which allows the user to set certain values to the registry. I got two buttons in this panel, one which is "Save & Exit" and one just "Exit". As it takes about 4-5 seconds for it to write it all to the registry an impatient user could after pressing the "Save & Exit" button press the "Exit" button, and the program will then stop writing the wanted values to the registry and exit this part of the program. When pressing "Save & Exit" the button gets grayed out (so you can't click on it again). Is it possible to make the "Exit" button grayed out too when pressing "Save & Exit"?

Another part of the program has another panel with some user objects and the user objects have their own panel. Is it possible to merge to panel of a userobject with the panel of where it is
a user object? Or is there a way to have a panel be "on top" so it cant dissapear behind another panel..