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In a normal Delphi application when a form is no longer needed it can be destroyed using the .Free or the .Destroy methods.
After release is called, just like in a normal application the active form becomes the one that was active prior to the destroyed form became active. If you do not wish to return the user to the prior form you must call the .Show method for a different form.
The .Show method can be called before or after .Release since neither takes effect until control is returned back to IntraWeb.
When a form is released, all references to it in the form list are removed. This causes an alteration in the order of the forms that will be shown when forms are hidden or released with no explicit .Show method calls.
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