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Hi, i wan't to close a wpf window but i don't want to close the entire application. I try to override OnClosing method:

protected override void OnClosing(CancelEventArgs e)
    e.Cancel = true;

but when I press close button the window remains on the screen.

Can you help me please!!
Posted 9-Jan-13 21:45pm

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Solution 1

If you set e.Cancel = true; you are asking the program not to close by cancelling the closing event.
Thus your window still remains open.

You can minimize to the task manager or to the notification tray[^].
gpalmieri84 at 10-Jan-13 3:57am
Yes but my problem is that when i press close button i don't want to close the application but only the single window.

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