On Aug 15, 11:41 am, "Mark Salsbery [MVP]"
> <aagranov2...@xxxxxx> wrote in message
> > I want to be able to view my custom controls within a XAML document.
> > I've referenced the custom control assembly from my application. I've
> > added the XAML file to the application project. But I still get a
> > bunch of errors:
> > Error 1 The type 'WPF:TextIndicator' was not found. Verify that you
> > are not missing an assembly reference and that all referenced
> > assemblies have been built.
> > I am using the XmlnsDefinition attribute in the AssemblyInfo.cs of my
> > custom control library for the XMLNS<-->CLR mapping.
> > My XMLNS declaration:
> > xmlns:WPF="http://CustomControls/WPF" which matches the URL
> > defined using XmlnsDefinition. I should not that I can deserialize the
> > custom controls during run-time and custom controls properly render.
> > What are the steps I need to take in order to view custom control in
> > VS2008 design mode?
> You have added a reference to the custom control's assembly (the assembly
> containing the TextIndicator class) to the project?
> Mark Salsbery
> Microsoft MVP - Visual C++
Thanks, I'd already added that reference to the assembly yesterday.
That did the trick.