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Detecting mouse over form

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I can detect when the mouse is over the form, but how can you detect when the mouse has left the form.  
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redbaron082997 earned 300 total points
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Set up your parameters of the form as MAXX, MaxY

in your MouseMoveEvent of the form test for MaxX, MaxY, MinX,MinY, and call an action if either are false.  

I will do code for you if you need it, let me know.
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I guess I'm confused at how to set x,y and then check for it - do you have a code snippet? Thanks a lot!

Gary
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