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Intellisense does not work with base classes members?

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Hello All,

I just got some help on another issue which involved using the
BindingContext Property, which is inherited from Control. The only problem
is that this property is not shown with Intellisense. The same thing happens
for all the other members as well. I have seen that this does not happen
with the inherited classes I design. I can still see the public base class
members.
Does anyone know why?

Thanks,

Giovanni Bassi
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Giovanni,
BindingContext is an "Advanced Member". Advanced members are hidden by
default.

You can use 'Tools - Options - Text Editor - Basic - General' to change the
'Hide advance members' option.

Hope this helps
Jay

"Giovanni Bassi" <gb****@coair.com> wrote in message
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Hello All,

I just got some help on another issue which involved using the
BindingContext Property, which is inherited from Control. The only problem
is that this property is not shown with Intellisense. The same thing happens for all the other members as well. I have seen that this does not happen
with the inherited classes I design. I can still see the public base class
members.
Does anyone know why?

Thanks,

Giovanni Bassi

Nov 20 '05 #2

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Giovanni,

Ok, got it.
Strangely only VB has this feature turned on...
Thanks again, Jay!

Giovanni Bassi
"Jay B. Harlow [MVP - Outlook]" <Ja********@email.msn.com> wrote in message
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Giovanni,
BindingContext is an "Advanced Member". Advanced members are hidden by
default.

You can use 'Tools - Options - Text Editor - Basic - General' to change the 'Hide advance members' option.

Hope this helps
Jay

"Giovanni Bassi" <gb****@coair.com> wrote in message
news:Ol**************@tk2msftngp13.phx.gbl...
Hello All,

I just got some help on another issue which involved using the
BindingContext Property, which is inherited from Control. The only problem is that this property is not shown with Intellisense. The same thing

happens
for all the other members as well. I have seen that this does not happen
with the inherited classes I design. I can still see the public base class members.
Does anyone know why?

Thanks,

Giovanni Bassi


Nov 20 '05 #3

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