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fix a bug pertaining to the names of new forms.

I discovered a small bug regarding the creation of new forms. This is not a bug that would really ever be encountered, but in testing my program I encountered it.

My program uses code to determine if a form is open and if so activates the form instead of creating a new instance of the form. It does so by comparing the name of the form to be opened to the names of the currently open forms. The application was working fine with the forms I had already worked on (modified), but when I created new forms, to be used later, just to continue testing this portion of the application, the system I created to determine if a form was already open was not working for the new forms (blank/untouched), but continued working for forms I had modified.

The reason is because if you create a new form but do not modify any part of the form and save it, such as it's text, the code considers the name of the form to be blank.

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