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I am using a form array to create MDIChild forms.  After I open about 5-6 new child forms I get a fatal exception.  I have created a test project where all I do is open new child forms using a form array. No other processing is done and I still get a fatal exception.  Can anyone tell me why this may be happening?
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try same test project, but this time - don't create form array.
just create 5-10 child forms in design-time, and open them
by thier names in run-time.
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