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No checkbox for User-unhandled exceptions, VS 2005

When I select Exceptions... from the Debug menu in VS .Net 2005, I am
only seeing a "Break when exception is thrown" column of checkboxes.
There is no checkbox column for "Break when exception is
user-unhandled", as described in the help file.

Would anybody have an idea on why this might be the case, and/or how
could get back the ability to select breaking on user-unhandled
exceptions as I had been able to do in dotnet 2003?

I have tried the Reset All button in the exceptions dialog, but that
didn't do anything.

Apr 15 '06 #1
1 1409
Ok, I got it:

Tools -> Options -> Debugging -> General -> Select "Just My Code"

(hope this might help somebody else..)

Apr 15 '06 #2

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