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Posted 27 Nov 2011

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Set Owner of a WPF Window to a Form

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28 Nov 2011CPOL
Set Owner of a WPF Window to a Form
Use the following method to set the owner of a System.Windows.Window to a System.Windows.Forms.Form:
C#
public static void setOwner(System.Windows.Forms.Form ownerForm, System.Windows.Window window)
        {
            WindowInteropHelper helper = new WindowInteropHelper(window);
            helper.Owner = ownerForm.Handle;
        }


It might be useful when you are developing an application where you are using WinForms and WPF windows together.

Note: The window will appear always in front of its owner, I use this to display tips, for example.

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