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Editor behaving strangly

I have been updating my windows application written in C#. I have added
several region statements to organize my code. The forms inherit from other
forms. The application runs fine.
I am having problems with editing the forms and adding new code. If I double
click on a new event it adds the event but does not take me to the line in
the file. If I cut the newly created event at the end of the file and paste
it some where in the file , after pasting the code the cursor jumps to the
end of the file. If I try undo then I get Undo/Redo unknonwn error message.
I have also norticed deleting code randomly deletes some other part of the
code. In short the editor is just gone bad.
Can some one explains what is happening ? Thanks for the help in advance.
Feb 14 '06 #1
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I forgot to mention that I am using Visual Studio 2003.

Feb 14 '06 #2
i am facing similar problems with my editor too.
pls let me know if u have found any solution to it?
are u using Component one studio Components like C1 Flexgrid or C1Zip in ur
code?
what is ur Antivirus ? MCAfee ver8.0i
What is the OS u are using ? win2k/XP

"Sanjay" wrote:
I forgot to mention that I am using Visual Studio 2003.

May 8 '06 #3

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