anonymous
  • anonymous
C# - I'm stuck! I can't perform any actions under the OnClosing or Form1_FormClosing statements. I've tried 5 different ways of doing it, none of them take effect. I've even downloaded a software example which was meant to show how the line of code provided would perform and act. I received no prompt on whether I wanted to close the form or not... So I'm starting to think there might be some settings on my computer which doesn't allow such actions to complete. Has anybody read, heard or experienced anything like this happening? If so; how does one fix it? Thanks in advance, -Calibur
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anonymous
  • anonymous
So you want a confirmation dialog box to show for you to agree whether to close the particular form or not? Kind of like OK to close and Cancel to renounce closing the particular form?
anonymous
  • anonymous
DialogResult result = MessageBox.Show("Are sure you want to quit?", " . . . ", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo); switch (result) { case DialogResult.Yes: break; case DialogResult.No: e.Cancel = true; break; }
anonymous
  • anonymous
There you go... :-)

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anonymous
  • anonymous
ye yo
anonymous
  • anonymous
Sorry for late reply. Yes mowery, that's what I'm trying to do, and I've tried multiple ways of doing it, but it never works... I tried your code, GalaxyS, but it doesn't work under: private void Main_FormClosing(object sender, FormClosingEventArgs e) // Main = name of my form, ofc.

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