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IDE Editor Bug?

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I have a winforms app in vs2005 and when it is running, I drop down the
list of functions from the navbar in the IDE. Let's say I have a
function called GetCustomer. So I press letter G to get to that
function quick. Instead of taking me to that function, the IDE brings
up a message box, informing me that:

"Changes are not allowed while code is running..."

This works perfectly fine if the app is not running. Has anyone else
ran into it and how does one solve this problem. This was not a problem
in vs2002,vs2003.
Apr 3 '06 #1
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Is GetCustomer the first function that starts with G? Perhaps it is
selecting another method that starts with G, sees that it is not
implemented yet and tries to add a method stub for it, causing the

Just a thought.

Apr 4 '06 #2

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