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MDIForm vs Childform maximised problems

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4072 Apr 27,2003 10:51 PM May 27,2003 01:35 AM Windows Forms 5
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Rajaraman
Asked On April 27, 2003 10:51 PM


Rajaraman
Replied On April 27, 2003 10:52 PM

hi all i am having a mdiform and childforms opening upon xptoolbar buttons click by default one childform opens in maximised mode but if i open other childforms upon button click also get maximised by default how to stop this Regards Rajaraman

Ramesh Praveen [Syncfusion]
Replied On April 29, 2003 03:06 PM

This is the default behavior. In case you didn't try this already, you could try updating the child form's windowstate to the designer set state (cache this in your constructor) in the child Form's Load event. -Praveen

Rajaraman
Replied On May 2, 2003 02:53 AM

> This is the default behavior. In case you didn't try this already, you could try updating the child form's windowstate to the designer set state (cache this in your constructor) in the child Form's Load event. > > -Praveen Hi Praveen Thanks for your direction, i find another strange thing happening, now i am showing a child form in mdi form load event, which has maximise capability, and as u said i am setting windowstate for other childforms, it is working but if I maximise the first childform, and open other child form2, the first childform becomes automatically restored how to avoid this I dont know .Net has this default functionality or a bug with a list of MDIForm bugs Regards Rajaraman

Ramesh Praveen [Syncfusion]
Replied On May 2, 2003 08:07 AM

Again, that is the behavior. When you restore one child other children gets restored to. That is mdi behavior and I don't think MS will change this behavior. You will have to workaround this or rethink your UI. Regards, -Praveen

Rajaraman
Replied On May 27, 2003 01:35 AM

Hi Praveen do you have any workaround for this Regards Rajaraman > Again, that is the behavior. When you restore one child other children gets restored to. That is mdi behavior and I don't think MS will change this behavior. > > You will have to workaround this or rethink your UI. > > Regards, > -Praveen

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