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I'm trying to set up a Midi application. I've got a MID-Form and some other forms which should show up as children.
 
But Calling the show() method (after setting childform.mdiparent to the Mid-Form) does not result in the desired effect. They show modal/ as popup.
 
If I just instance a blank form, this works.
 
Is there any property to put attention to or something else that prevents a form from being shown as a child?
 
[Edited to remove MIDI tag!]
Posted 28-Nov-09 7:01am
Edited 15-May-12 5:58am
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Solution 1

I just created a windows forms project. Added an MDIForm, and 2 forms, dropped a button on the MDI surface and in the click event for the button did the following;
        Dim form1 As New Form1
        form1.Show()
 
        Dim Form2 As New Form2
        Form2.MdiParent = Me
        Form2.Show()
 
And it worked as expected, Form1 appeared outwith the mdi and Form2 appeared in the mdi.
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Solution 2

Hi,
 
I finally found the error...
 
I created an instance of Form2 (lets say _F2), but I did not set the instances (_F2) property MDIparent to Form1, but Form2's property (class itself). VB did not throw an exeption and it took me a while until I discovered the mistping.
 
However,
thanks a lot!
 
cheers
Gabriel
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losmac at 15-May-12 11:00am
   
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