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Does anyone know of a vendor that supplies an AutoHide toolbar for ASP.NET? I am looking for something that is pretty much identical to the push pins in the VS.NET IDE. Also, while I'm asking, are there any good true combo boxes out there? Thanks!

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Unfortunately, because of the limitations to HTML there is no "true combo boxes" out there. There are some that I've seen that are pretty good, then are a combination of select boxes and a text box. One that I found was very convincing, however I never really tried it out. You'll have to do some searching and see what you can find. Maybe someone has written a combo-box server control for ASP.Net

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You may want to take a look here:

http://webfx.eae.net/dhtml/combobox/combobox.htm

For the Auto Hide feature, search Google for menu and auto hide. Before VS.NET introduced the concept, stuff like this was already on the web, as a menu that would pop-up when you hover your mouse near the border of the window.

I believe I have a bookmark for a menu like this somewhere. If I find it, I'll post it.

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Imar,

Thanks for the speedy reply. This is one of my first postings to the P2P, and I must say I am liking them quite a bit. After some more searching, I have found something that was a pretty good combo and thought I would share.

http://www.intersoftpt.com/

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Has anyone found a toolbar with AutoHide? I am looking for one and would appreciate any info.

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