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is there a way to FORCE a window op TOP

Posted on 2008-06-24
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i already know how to detect if form is on top or not, by a override.
i have something simular in my app, but i'm not satisfied.
i have sometimes many windows open, because of the program i'm running, sometimes i can't find the window.


thnx for your time.
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Form.TopMost = true;
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lol, works like a charm, thnx
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