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Missing "cross-thread" MDA?

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Okay, I'm guessing I'm overlooking something simple here, but I'm
obviously not going to find it.

Someone please tell me the exact name of the "Cross-thread operation not
valid" MDA, as seen in the "Managed Debugging Assistants" list in the
Debug/Exceptions... menu of Visual Studio 2005?

I'm looking for this exception in my own VS configuration, to verify that
it's turned on because I accidently wrote some code that _should_ have
caused the exception but didn't. I can't even find the exception in the
list of MDAs.

Is it possible for an MDA to just get removed somehow? If so, how do I
get it back?

This is so weird...

Thanks,
Pete
Dec 11 '07 #1
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