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Creating User Control with two controls

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I am creating a user control. This user control actually has two user controls in it. One is hidden from the user and is only used by the "primary" user control.
I cannot figure out how to make the primary UC the one that gets dropped onto the form.
A little more explanation: The UC is a virtual scrolling timeline that shows images (up to 1440). Each image is in another UC that displays the image, a title, and has several properties. I call these "frames" as they represent single frames in a movie. So the User Control is the Timeline, but the Frame UC is a resource to the timeline.
How do I tell VS that the Timeline UC is the primary UC?
Feb 18 '17 #1
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