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I have a windows project.
One of its form has some tab controls and thousands other controls.
Recently frequently after I made some change to the form and selct File-->
Save frmMyTab.vb.
Then It took hours to do the save. (The bottom save image was fleshing)
and the task manager told me the project Not responding and devenv.exe took
99% of CPU.

I have to kill the application to reload the project to continue.
Besides many times after save the form I found the order of tab pages were
changed and I had reorder the tabpages.

Anyone had the same experience?
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Chen,

Tabpage,
A very well known bug.
To repair it you have to remove and add them everytime again in Z order,
(from the last to the first.)

I hope this helps?

Cor
Besides many times after save the form I found the order of tab pages were changed and I had reorder the tabpages.

Nov 21 '05 #2

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* "Chen" <mx*******@hotmail.com> scripsit:
One of its form has some tab controls and thousands other controls.
Recently frequently after I made some change to the form and selct File-->
Save frmMyTab.vb.
Then It took hours to do the save. (The bottom save image was fleshing)
and the task manager told me the project Not responding and devenv.exe took
99% of CPU.

I have to kill the application to reload the project to continue.
Besides many times after save the form I found the order of tab pages were
changed and I had reorder the tabpages.


The reordering of tabpages is a well-known problem (see Cor's reply on
how to "fix" it). Nevertheless, my copy of VS.NET never locked when
saving a project.

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Nov 21 '05 #3

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