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We have programs in VB.NET 2008 and 2010.
 
During development, NOT program execution, the forms constantly get rebuilt and many times maxout when moving the form. This happens so often by just switching from form to code and it just drives me nuts.
 
i.e. I click and drag form to put move form and it maxes. I restore it then go back to code, it takes a few seconds to get control, do a few lines then click back on form and it rebuilds. The rebuilds sometimes take a few seconds. Combine these 2 issues and I wish we were still on VB6.
 
Any ideas?
Thanks
Posted 31-Jan-13 2:02am

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We have no idea what you mean by "constantly getting rebuilt".
 
As for why it's maximizing your form, there's probably a problem in your project. Close VS, then go to your project folder (where your .SLN file is), view hidden files, and delete the .SUO file. Then reopen your project.
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QuickBooksDev at 31-Jan-13 15:01pm
   
1. Rebuilding the form. If you go back to code from form and then click on the form it executes the designer rebuilding all the controls and take a few seconds.
 
2. On the maximizing the form it happens with all projects not just 1.
 
I just created a new VB.2008 windows project. Trying to drag the form via the top sometimes maximizes it. Same as double clicking on it. Somce this is a new project there is no SUO when it started.
 
Option is Multiple Documents not Tabbed.
 
Our forms are complex. Frequently with multiple tabs in tabcontrols.

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