I’ve been using DockingFrames for a pretty long time now and am completely happy with it. Thanks so much for your efforts!
I’m currently using DockingFrames 1.1.1
That said, I’ve had some users run into an issue with externalizing tabs on Windows machines. It appears that windows will allow the externalize action to place the window into negative screen coordinates (screen shot attached).
I’m guessing that the dock.x value in the xml is relative to the main window, so setting it of dock.y to a large-enough value would place the window off screen. That or if my dockable is large enough, it simply pushes the titlebar up and off the screen.
Is there a way to override something in the API to ensure that an externalized window is constrained to a certain limit? Linux appears to handle the window management just fine, but a couple of windows users have complained about this bit. I don’t currently have a windows machine to test this on, so I’m hoping to be able to manually clamp things.