Close MDI Childs

I made an MDI application, but when I close an MDI Child,
instead of close, the MDI Child is Minimized.
Can anyone tell what can I do to really close this windows.
Thanks.
Best Regards.
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Nuno AlvesAsked:
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dr_gonzoCommented:
Some thing that is funny, is to free the memory of the
window class.
(But this is my method in C, and my brain is the size of a wal(l)nut)

But me(Gonzo) and my friend(Acid Smurf)'s tips is:

procedure Form1Close(Sender : TObject);
begin
   Form1.Visible := False;
end;

Then the user is stupid and believes the window is destroyed.

MTFBWU,
Dr. Gonzo & Acid Smurf & Mr Pipe

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Nuno AlvesAuthor Commented:
The user maybe stupid but delphi it isn't. When you try to
hide (visible := False) an MDI Child the following message
appears: Can't Hide an MDI Child.
Thanks for gonzo's help anyway.
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d4jaj1Commented:
This code actally closes the MDI child form.  Use in the FormClose Event.

procedure TChildForm.FormClose (Sender: TObject;
  Var Action: TCloseAction);
Begin
  Action := caFree;
end;

That's it. Call the form's Close actions as you normally would via a button or menu item and the MDI Child actually closes instead of minimizes.

Any questions, please add a coment.

Good Luck!

Jay
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