Sliding wardrobe doors with an angled/sloping ceiling...design question

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Hi all.

Planning to build some sliding wardrobe doors in a room with an angled/sloping ceiling.

I'd like the smallest door - the door that doesn't reach the top of the wardrobe - to still be able to slide like the others (just like in the pictures, attached).

The issue is that because it doesn't reach the top of the wardrobe, it therefore can't be held upright on the top tracks in the same way the full-length doors can be; it would only been connected to the bottom set of tracks.

Does anyone know what design or mechanism could be used for the smaller sliding doors in this scenario, to ensure stability and function?

Any thoughts much appreciated!
 

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Think I've found the solution thanks to another forum member: there's likely a rail on the middle shelf (think you can see it on picture 2 if you zoom in) to which the door will be attached.
 

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