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Chaging the title bar info dynamically in C# using SCSF

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How to change the title bar info dynamically for SCSF application in C#
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by:sryckman
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I have not used SCSF but in C# it should just be:


this.text = "Text you want to appear";

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by:dwaipeyan
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Thank you for your information. I could solve like thid:

this.Parentform.text = "Text you want to appear";
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Thank you for your clue, I could get the solution as:
this.Parentform.text = "Text you want to appear";

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by:dwaipeyan
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I could get the solution by using below code:
this.Parentform.text = "Text you want to appear";

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