I have a window with a temporary little overlay window where text
editing is performed.
The main and temporary windows sit in their own window group during
The problem I encounter is when there is a drawer on the main window.
What is the correct method to identify that the main window has a
drawer (the overlay window
C++ class is currently only passed the main window when it is being
created/destroyed and should
manage the window grouping.), and to ensure that the drawer enters the
new window group on creation, and
that the initial window group of main + drawer is correctly restored
when the overlay window is destroyed ?
Johan K Michelsen
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