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How i use the standard minimize, maximize and close icons in the top-right corner of the MDI form. Can i able to change this icon?
Updated 19-May-11 7:41am

First, if you're talking about MDI, you're talking about Winforms, because WPF doesn't support MDI. Second, changing system icons is what is commonly referred to as "bad practice". Think about it this way - users are accustomed to the icons we have today. if you go and change those icons, it will annoy or just plain piss off your users. My advice - don't do it.
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Listen to a good friendly advice: never use MDI!

Please see some explanations in my past answers:
Question on using MDI windows in WPF[^],
MDIContainer giving error[^].

You will find some advices on what to use instead — much easier with much better quality.

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#realJSOP 19-May-11 15:49pm    
Telling people that that say what amounts to "I'm working on a MDI project" is kinda pointless. They're probably doing it because it's a requirement. Personally, I see nothing wrong with MDI, but that's a discussion for another time.
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 20-May-11 16:58pm    
I understand you point, John. I disagree with you about practical the value of MDI (and about requirements as well), but... there are more interesting topic to discuss with you; this one is kind of boring.

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