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How a control can detect when a form is being moved

I have a control that paints a borderless form below it to act as a
grid combo box. When the parent for is moved I need the control to
detect that the parent form is moving/moved and move the child form
along with it. Can someone shed some light on my options here?

Apr 28 '06 #1
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Is the control on the parent form? The handle the form Moving event
and have the form somehow inform the control, for example by calling a
method of the control:

private void Form_Move(object sender, EventArgs e)
controlToInform.FormMoving(sender, e);

Perhaps this will give you some ideas?

Apr 28 '06 #2

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