You can also display a custom error image instead of the default image.
This article should not be construed as a best practices white I said, read the other link), so you don't have to test for which control has focus in your Validating event handler.
I would have though that the lines in the Entering handlers would have been sufficient.
Doesn't it work to simply set Causes Validation to "false" on both text boxes and then set it to "true" for all other controls, and not manipulate it at all in the event handlers?
Publisher will do some logic and publish an event to all subscribers.
Subscribers will do their logic reacting to raised event.
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Apparently, this is an extension to your previous question.
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In C#, any object can publish a set of events to which other applications can subscribe.
When the publishing class raises an event, all the subscribed applications are notified. product class into event publisher and the window where is the label will subscribe to this event.
I'm not able to reproduce that behaviour (in an experiment with 3 textboxes).