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QuestionIt doesn't seem like resizable forms are inheritable Pin
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I inherit from resizable WinForms quite often (mostly to provide a common "look and feel" plus I use large image buttons and fonts that all forms need - and it works well:
    public partial class FormBase : Form
        {
...
        }

    public partial class FrmMain : FormBase
        {
...
        }


The "standard" buttons are set in FrmBase, and all derived forms include them.

The only PITA for me is that the base form cannot be abstract because the designer can't cope unless you add a dummy concrete class "in the middle" for design mode only (which I hate because it means I'm not testing the same code I'll use in production).

I've never had a problem with Anchoring or Docking - what exactly is happening to your derived form when you resize it?
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QuestionHow to convert sample code (available in java, PHP and python) to C# for creating a bot using mediawiki API? Pin
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