I faced issue where I was using Visual Basic MessageBox for showing messages to users, but the popups were getting hidden behind my tool window. I had to explicitly select them, bring them to front and take action on the popup.
I also tried using ‘System.Windows.Forms.MessageBox’ but it again resulted in a popup window that was hidden behind the tool.
To keep MessageBox in Focus and on top of all windows, you can use one of the enumerator values ‘ShowModal’ for MessageBox Style.
1. For Error
2. For Warning
3. Success Message
A full working code would look like
There are various other combinations that are part of Message Box Style Enumerator
ApplicationModal, DefaultButton1, OkOnly, OkCancel, AbortRetryIgnore, YesNoCancel, YesNo, RetryCancel, Critical, Question, Exclamation,
Information, DefaultButton2, DefaultButton3, SystemModal, MsgBoxHelp, MsgBoxSetForeground, MsgBoxRight, MsgBoxRtlReading
Use the one which suits your need.