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Which function is always called when showing a form?

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Hi,

I'm wondering which function is ALWAYS called when calling Form.Show();... Shown() is called only the first time the form is shown, not when I Hide() it then display it again.

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Jaime Olivares earned 500 total points
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Do you mean which event?
try with VisibleChanged and Activated
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Yes, I meant event. VisibleChanged was what I'm looking for.

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