Opening a new form from a TreeView
I have a TreeView that I use to navigate to a new form. In an AfterSelect event method for the TreeView I use the following code to open the new form:
XPMApp.Detail = new DetailForm(this);
The problem is that the new form opens and flashes in front on me, but focus goes back to/stays with the 1st form, and specifically the selected treeview.
Any idea how to set the focus properly? Am I using the wrong event handler?
Found the answer to this issue on MSDN forums:
The key is to use the MouseMove event, since it fires last.
Hope this helps anyone with a similar issue!
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