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Intelisense for Custom Controls in VS2005


I have a Solution here that contains 3 DLLs and a WebSite. In one of the
dlls I have some custom server controls (extending Control mostly).

I have mapped them in web.config (system.web \ pages \ controls \ add)
and they work ok with my prefixes, but Intelisense doesn't.

Is there any way to make intelisense work in XHTML source for my custom
server controls in VS 2005?

Mar 24 '06 #1
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