I’m just getting introduced to Eto.Forms, and as a crash course I am trying to make a window similar to the one that appears during the “Loft” command.
I’m actually really confused on how this is set up. Here are my questions, in order of importance to what I can’t figure out on my own:
How do I create line dividers, like what’s after “Style” and “Cross-section curve options”?
As far as I know, the easiest way to organize stuff in a window is by using a TableLayout using rows and columns. Is this what is happening here? If so, it seems like the second part has 3 columns (the bullet, the text box, and the text after it), while the first part only has 1 - but it seems to take up the same amount of space as the 3 columns below it, and as far as what I learned I don’t know how to do that. If not, how is this organized so I can mimic it?
Every time I click on the Rhino window outside of the Eto window, the Eto window disappears behind the Rhino window and the only way to make it appear again is by minimizing the Rhino window. If I don’t minimize the Rhino window, even if I click on the Eto window on the Windows taskbar it will automatically jump behind the Rhino window. How do I stop this from happening?
Thank you for your help!