anonymous
  • anonymous
C# - Working with visible/hide. When working with these two statements, if I have a lot of gui in my form, how can I work under these conditions? Is there anything to make it easier? Let's say that I want my whole software to show in one single window, how can I code this without having 150 tools around in the window at the same time? Is there another way to do this? The only alternative way I've found is to create multiple forms, but then they all show in different forms when the user calls them. Looks rather unprofessional. Thanks in advance.
MIT 6.00 Intro Computer Science (OCW)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
But then they all show in different windows when the user calls them**
carlsmith
  • carlsmith
This is the MIT 6.0 Group, you might want to repost that in CS Calibur.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Haha good idea, thanks :)

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carlsmith
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No worries, all the best with it.

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