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Hello,
I have a problem with inherited forms in my solution. I have one
project with
my base forms in and another (my main project) with my inherited forms in
it. There are times when I load the solution the .resx part of my inherited
forms is not
visible and an error occurs when you try and go into design mode with these
forms.
re-booting the machine, getting the latest version or re-loading the project
often clears this up, however this shouldn't be happening at all.

Any ideas why this may be occurring and how to ensure that it doesn't occur.
Is there a known issue with Inherited forms.

Robert
Nov 21 '05 #1
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What version of .Net are you using? Im betting .Net 2005.

"Robert Smith" <Ro*********@di scussions.micro soft.com> wrote in message
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Hello,
I have a problem with inherited forms in my solution. I have one
project with
my base forms in and another (my main project) with my inherited forms in
it. There are times when I load the solution the .resx part of my
inherited
forms is not
visible and an error occurs when you try and go into design mode with
these
forms.
re-booting the machine, getting the latest version or re-loading the
project
often clears this up, however this shouldn't be happening at all.

Any ideas why this may be occurring and how to ensure that it doesn't
occur.
Is there a known issue with Inherited forms.

Robert

Nov 21 '05 #2
Hi Richard,
I am using Visual Studio.net 2003

"Richard T. Edwards" wrote:
What version of .Net are you using? Im betting .Net 2005.

"Robert Smith" <Ro*********@di scussions.micro soft.com> wrote in message
news:87******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
Hello,
I have a problem with inherited forms in my solution. I have one
project with
my base forms in and another (my main project) with my inherited forms in
it. There are times when I load the solution the .resx part of my
inherited
forms is not
visible and an error occurs when you try and go into design mode with
these
forms.
re-booting the machine, getting the latest version or re-loading the
project
often clears this up, however this shouldn't be happening at all.

Any ideas why this may be occurring and how to ensure that it doesn't
occur.
Is there a known issue with Inherited forms.

Robert


Nov 21 '05 #3

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