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Unknow error after minimised a windows form

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After I bring up a minimised windows form, I hit the error below:

Rectange '{X=0,Y=0,Height=33}' cannot have a width or height equal to
zero.

I have checked my code, I did not write any code in the resize event
or changing any component's size, any idea why was it happened?
Thanks!

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Nov 21 '05 #1
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Vincent,

Do you not miss the width in your statement?

Cor

Rectange '{X=0,Y=0,Height=33}' cannot have a width or height equal to
zero.

I have checked my code, I did not write any code in the resize event
or changing any component's size, any idea why was it happened?
Thanks!

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Posted at:
www.GroupSrv.com
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Nov 21 '05 #2

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Sorry, I don't quite understand what you meant, can elaborate in more
detailed or would you mind giving some example?
Thanks.
Cor Ligthertwrote: Vincent,
Do you not miss the width in your statement?

Cor
Rectange '{X=0,Y=0,Height=33}' cannot have a width or height equal to zero.

I have checked my code, I did not write any code in the resize event or changing any component's size, any idea why was it happened?
Thanks!

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Posted at:
www.GroupSrv.com
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Nov 21 '05 #3

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A rectangle has mostly 2 points or when there is a start position in it 4.

X, Y as start points on screen and Height and Width.

You have only three points.

Cor
Nov 21 '05 #4

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