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GeneralRe: Love Is: Geeks' Masked Matchmaking in Washinomiya PinmemberMark Wallace25-Nov-12 19:47 
GeneralSamsung Galaxy Note Tablet Pinmember Shelby Robertson 23-Nov-12 18:10 
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GeneralRe: Samsung Galaxy Note Tablet PinmemberJörgen Andersson24-Nov-12 2:01 
GeneralRe: Samsung Galaxy Note Tablet PinmemberAnand Ranjan Pandey24-Nov-12 4:17 
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RantVisual Studio Fail PinmemberZac Greve23-Nov-12 11:20 
Well, it appears that VS2012s windows forms designer cannot cope with designing for s from the 3.5 framework if the base form is from another project. I found this with the SharpDevelop 3.2 source, which I am referencing for a project of mine, as I tried to view a form from inside vs.
VS states that the base type <<whatever>> cannot be loaded, but there are no errors in the code view, but there are hundreds of errors in the error list. D'Oh! | :doh:
VS also highlights class names normally, but shows the blue error squiggle as well. The message states that the type cannot be found, but all other operations work correctly. D'Oh! | :doh:
I really hope I don't have to go back to VS2010, as that is the last version that actually viewed forms correctly!
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GeneralRe: Visual Studio Fail PinmemberCDP180223-Nov-12 14:23 
AnswerRe: Visual Studio Fail [modified] PinmemberZac Greve23-Nov-12 15:08 
GeneralRe: Visual Studio Fail PinmemberPHS24123-Nov-12 23:22 
GeneralRe: Visual Studio Fail PinmvpOriginalGriff24-Nov-12 1:45 
GeneralRe: Visual Studio Fail PinmemberPHS24124-Nov-12 9:35 
GeneralRe: Visual Studio Fail PinmemberZac Greve24-Nov-12 4:56 
GeneralRe: Visual Studio Fail PinmemberPHS24124-Nov-12 9:38 
RantJumplists [modified] PinmemberZac Greve23-Nov-12 6:26 
GeneralRe: Jumplists PinmemberMike Hankey23-Nov-12 6:55 
GeneralRe: Jumplists PinmemberZac Greve23-Nov-12 7:05 
GeneralRe: Jumplists PinmemberChris C-B23-Nov-12 7:15 
GeneralMy Vote of 5 PinmemberRutvik Dave23-Nov-12 9:05 
GeneralRe: Jumplists PinmemberMike Hankey23-Nov-12 7:30 
GeneralSo anyway, Linux IDEs... PinmemberBilliousBob23-Nov-12 4:19 
GeneralRe: So anyway, Linux IDEs... PinmemberMaximilien23-Nov-12 4:26 
GeneralRe: So anyway, Linux IDEs... PinmemberBilliousBob23-Nov-12 4:54 
GeneralRe: So anyway, Linux IDEs... PinmemberCristian Amarie23-Nov-12 9:18 

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