LayoutGroup.AutoScrollOnOverflow Property

Gets or sets how the tab headers are scrolled while selecting tabs when tab headers could not fit into the header panel. This is a dependency property.

Namespace: DevExpress.Xpf.Docking

Assembly: DevExpress.Xpf.Docking.v21.1.dll

Declaration

public AutoScrollOnOverflow AutoScrollOnOverflow { get; set; }

Property Value

Type Description
AutoScrollOnOverflow

Any of the AutoScrollOnOverflow enumeration values.

Available values:

Name Description
AnyItem

The tab headers are scrolled when an end-user selects any item.

WPF_Docking_AutoScroll_AnyItem.gif

PartiallyVisibleItem

The tab headers are scrolled when an end-user selects a partially visible item.

WPF_Docking_AutoScroll_PartiallyVisibleItem.gif

Remarks

If the tab items in the layout group cannot fit the group width, the tab headers become scrollable. When an end-user selects any tab item, the tab headers are automatically scrolled to make the selected tab item visible at the first place by default (the AutoScrollOnOverflow property is set to AutoScrollOnOverflow.AnyItem).

WPF_Docking_AutoScroll_AnyItem.gif

The layout group can scroll tab headers only to make visible the partially visible selected item, as displayed in an animation below.

WPF_Docking_AutoScroll_PartiallyVisibleItem.gif

Set the AutoScrollOnOverflow property to AutoScrollOnOverflow.PartiallyVisibleItem to make a layout group scroll tab headers only to display a partially visible selected item on screen.

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