> In this page, http://docs.gimp.org/2.6/en/gimp-concepts-docks.html
> Every dockable dialog has two types of docking areas: the docking bars
> and the docking-tab area. In a dock, the docking-tab area covers the
> entire window.
> I can't understand the meaning of "In a dock, the docking-tab area
> covers the entire window." phrase.
> Would you explaing for me, please?
You are right, this phrase is not clear. It is true only when the dock
under the toolbox is empty. In the example, take booth dialogs off. Then
you can dock a dialog everywhere in the empty area.
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