Difference between revisions of "Window.Show"

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|text = Forces the window to immediately become visible rather than wait until the application is idle. If [[Window.ImplicitInstance | ImplicitInstance]] is [[False]], then you need to instantiate an instance using [[New]] before calling Show. }}
 
|text = Forces the window to immediately become visible rather than wait until the application is idle. If [[Window.ImplicitInstance | ImplicitInstance]] is [[False]], then you need to instantiate an instance using [[New]] before calling Show. }}
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Calling Show immediately brings the window to the front.

Latest revision as of 20:05, 19 March 2012

Method

Window.Show()

Supported for all project types and targets.

Forces the window to immediately become visible rather than wait until the application is idle. If ImplicitInstance is False, then you need to instantiate an instance using New before calling Show.

Notes

Calling Show immediately brings the window to the front.