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michael puckett:
I've gone through this a few times to make sure it wasn't an abberation ...

Open the MDI sample ( ..\Samples\MDI\Project1.prj )

(1) Select the "MDI Form" Tab (at the top of the IDE).

(2) Select the "Code Editor" tab (at the bottom of the IDE).

(3) From the pulldown list at the top (left side) of the IDE where you can select:

   (General)
   MDI Client
   MDI Form
   
   Select "MDI Client"
   
   *KaBoom*
   
   The IDE vanishes, leaving nary a crumb!
   
   

TechSupport:
Ugh! Right you are (cool graphic as well)  :)

Thanks for the report.

michael puckett:
Wow, fast response Paul!

BTW, I hit [post] too quick in my original message; I wanted to add:

What an excellent collection of bits you have put together! Kudos on a thoughtfully designed and well executed product.

There may be a little polish to apply here and there; not to worry, it does not detract from the fine product it is!

Cheers :)

PS: Get some rest.

Mark Strickland:
Michael,

ho did you cut the border of the image?
I wanted to do the same. I did by hand but the result was not good as your. Is there an application for it?

Thanks
Eros

michael puckett:

--- Quote from: "Eros Olmi" ---Michael,

ho did you cut the border of the image?
I wanted to do the same. I did by hand but the result was not good as your. Is there an application for it?

Thanks
Eros
--- End quote ---
I used PaintShoPro, using the following settings for the selection tool to give it a softened edge:



I selected what I wanted to keep, inversed the selection and deleted everything but what you see. Afterwards I  added the shadow, faked a background color similar to what appears here (so it would blend nice) and added the "kaboom" :)

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