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Application settings--form location and size

I'm having a problem getting design-time property binding to work with a
form's size and location properties.

I started with the Location property under Application Settings in the
Properties window. I added a new setting ("FormLocation" ) using the New
Application Setting dialog, and confirmed that the setting was created in
the project properties Designer window. But when I run my app and move its
form, the app doesn't remember the new location. When I restart the app, the
form opens in the original location.

Am I missing a step in binding the Location property to an application
setting? What do I need to do to get this working? Thanks in advance.

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David Veeneman
Foresight Systems
Jan 19 '06 #1
1 1774
Found my answer-- settings have to be saved using Settings.Save() . I call
the method from the FormClosing event.

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David Veeneman
Foresight Systems
Jan 19 '06 #2

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