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Resolve DesignMode for a user control

, 26 Aug 2012
The tip shows one way to resolve if a user control is in design mode.
// <auto-generated>
//     This code was generated by a tool.
//     Runtime Version:4.0.30319.269
//     Changes to this file may cause incorrect behavior and will be lost if
//     the code is regenerated.
// </auto-generated>

namespace DesignMode.Properties {

	/// <summary>
	///   A strongly-typed resource class, for looking up localized strings, etc.
	/// </summary>
	// This class was auto-generated by the StronglyTypedResourceBuilder
	// class via a tool like ResGen or Visual Studio.
	// To add or remove a member, edit your .ResX file then rerun ResGen
	// with the /str option, or rebuild your VS project.
	[global::System.CodeDom.Compiler.GeneratedCodeAttribute("System.Resources.Tools.StronglyTypedResourceBuilder", "")]
	internal class Resources {

		private static global::System.Resources.ResourceManager resourceMan;

		private static global::System.Globalization.CultureInfo resourceCulture;

		[global::System.Diagnostics.CodeAnalysis.SuppressMessageAttribute("Microsoft.Performance", "CA1811:AvoidUncalledPrivateCode")]
		internal Resources() {

		/// <summary>
		///   Returns the cached ResourceManager instance used by this class.
		/// </summary>
		internal static global::System.Resources.ResourceManager ResourceManager {
			get {
				if ((resourceMan == null)) {
					global::System.Resources.ResourceManager temp = new global::System.Resources.ResourceManager("DesignMode.Properties.Resources", typeof(Resources).Assembly);
					resourceMan = temp;
				return resourceMan;

		/// <summary>
		///   Overrides the current thread's CurrentUICulture property for all
		///   resource lookups using this strongly typed resource class.
		/// </summary>
		internal static global::System.Globalization.CultureInfo Culture {
			get {
				return resourceCulture;
			set {
				resourceCulture = value;

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About the Author

Mika Wendelius
Finland Finland
I've been a programmer since mid 80's using languages like assembler, C/C++, PL/I (mainframe environment), pascal, VB (I know, I know, no comments please) and C# and utilizing different techniques and tools.
However I'm specialized in databases and database modeling. Mostly I have used products like Oracle (from version 6), SQL Server (from version 4.2), DB2 and Solid Server (nowadays an IBM product).
For the past 10+ years my main concerns have been dealing with different business processes and how to create software to implement and improve them. At my spare time (what ever that actually means) I'm also teaching and consulting on different areas of database management, development and database oriented software design.

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