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I like how VS.Net and C# allow me to shrink my code blocks via the + and -
signs. It makes reading and working with my code much easier.

I'm developing a web-page with a huge table so I like to shrink every cell
to make it easier to find things. Anyway, I will shrink all of my blocks and
occassionally all of them will get expanded. Why is this happening and is
there a way to retain the collapses I select. Its a real pain having to
collapse my code over and over and over again.

Thanks.
Nov 20 '08 #1
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