If I try to open a dialog-window WPF from a WinForm:
Dim f As New MyWinWPF()
but if I don't set the 'Owner' property of the window (f.Owner = Me) and I change the active status of the applications while the WPF-dialog-window is open, the window disappear and I have to type ALT+TAB to find it again, or else I have to access to the task-manager.
But the 'Owner' property can't be setted by a WinForm, it accept only a System.Windows.Window. There is a solution or I have to accept the problem passively?
PS The property 'ShowInTaskBar' don't help me: if I set it to 'True' the WPF-dialog-window become free from the 'father-form' and I can select it indipendently from the father-form (and vice versa) width side effects.