i got some problem with child forms in my vb.net application.
in my application i need to maximize some child forms when they are loaded (set the windowstate to maximized at design time).
if i do so then, the next form opened which is not be maximized and the windowstate is also set to "normal" at design time also getting maximized (awwwwww it sucks). why this happens so ?. (i guess its setting the prev. forms window state .... )
i have set the maximizebox to "flase" for all the forms which i don't want to maximize and set the formboaderstyle to "fixedsingle"
to solve my problem what should i do ?
in short >> i want to retain the childforms windowstate property set at design time (not to be changed automatically at run time)
Hi gkmohan2003, yes it is a bit of a bugger, what I usually do is disable the minimize and maximize box, set the windows formborderstyle to fixed single, and size the forms to there required size in design
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