Is it possible to detect when an MDI Child has been minimized WITHOUT adding code to each form? What I want to do is, as each form is created, add an event handler too it. When the form is minimzed, my main form handles the minimize and the rest of my code kicks in.
I don't want to have to add any code to any of the existing 100+ forms.
OK, here is the code which requires no changes to the child forms. (I still like the previous method more.)
Again, this example is based on the default template generated by the MDI application wizard.
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