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OriginalGriff wrote:
I've never had a problem with Anchoring or Docking - what exactly is happening to your derived form when you resize it?

The problem happens as soon as I derive a form from a base form. The derived form appears in the visual designer like this https://i.ibb.co/5sDNBRP/Untitled.png[^]

The derived form only shows the control box. I expand the form to its proper default size, and everything looks good. When I reopen that form in the designer, however, the controls are all jumbled and out of place. Curiously, if I compile and open the form during execution, it appears fine.

The blog I linked in my first post describes the problem and its causes. Thanks for the reality check. I'll upgrade my VS 2017 to the latest, and maybe it's time to move to WPF and drop WinForms. Smile | :)
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