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Visual Studio2002 Framework 1.0

I have userControl which contain some controls
If user remove at runtime remove control from the userControl
especially ComboBox, it is not possible to close the form !
Form does not react on clicking on the right upper corner.
Is there some solution for this to avoid this behavior.

I tryed to remove focus from the control before removing but it helps
only is some cases.

Thanks for help
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Nov 20 '05 #1
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Visual Studio2002 Framework 1.0

I have userControl which contain some controls
If user remove at runtime remove control from the userControl
especially ComboBox, it is not possible to close the form !
Form does not react on clicking on the right upper corner.
Is there some solution for this to avoid this behavior.


Maybe the famous "form close bug"?

C# code to repro the close bug:

<http://www.jelovic.com/binaries/WindowsFormsClo seBugDemo.zip>

Some information on the bug:

<http://makeashorterlin k.com/?T2FC26194>

Fixed in .NET 1.1.

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Herfried K. Wagner [MVP]
<http://www.mvps.org/dotnet>
Nov 20 '05 #2

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