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ynchronized Movement of Forms

Posted on 1998-04-26
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I have two forms in my Application, both visible.

What is the easiest way to achive synchronized movement of both forms, when user moves one?
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Question by:bor061297
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Add the following method to your forms(in private section) and when this event is generated do what you want:
..
    procedure WMMove(var M : TWMMove);message WM_MOVE;
..
procedure TForm1.WMMove(var M : TWMMove);
begin
  inherited;
  Form2.Left := Form1.Left; // do your processing
end;
(you may look to WM_MOVE from Win32 SDK help for more info but it is not neccessary)
Regards,
Igor
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