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Enter Event on Windows Forms do not always fire...

Hello NG,

the hint on the property editor for the Form "Enter" event sais: Gets fired,
if this control gets the active control.

In my application I experience, that this is "mostly" true, but some times
not.
I have a MDI application, and I use the <Form>.BringToFront() to activate a
hidden window. Usually I get the "Enter" event on doing this.
But I just had the case, that this event didn't get fired anymore. I
activated my Forms in the MDI several time, but no "Enter" event occured .
Stopping / Starting the Application brought the events back.

What is it I am doing wrong?
Are there "some" conditions by which "<Form>.BringToFront()" do not fire the
"Enter" event?

Thanks for help and hints.

Regards
Rainer Queck
Feb 18 '08 #1
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