Feb. 26, 2006
Odd... unless you kept posting I'd have given up. - If I just put a
<button>test</> in there (the Grid object or directly under the Window
element) and ran it, nothing would display. It would compile - enter debug
mode - but nothing would appear. This is when I just goto Create New Project
& click any WinFX type (VB), and leave the default project name fields.
Because you kept be from giving up, I just tried it but I specified a custom
Project name. lol - And it does actually show up now when I run it??? =) --
Anyway, I guess the moral of the story is to always give a custom project
"Olav Tollefsen" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Can't do what? Use the Designed or Compile and Build the project? I also
> have problems with the designer, but it still compiles and build the
> "Joseph Bittman MVP MCSD" <RyanBittman@msn.com> wrote in message
>> Feb. 26, 2006
>> Really? I can't? - When I go to Design mode, I get a screen which says
>> "Whoops!" and says to modify the XAML so the designer can properly parse
>> the document.
>> What did you do?
>> Joseph Bittman
>> Microsoft Certified Solution Developer
>> Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - DPM
>> "Olav Tollefsen" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>>> Yes, I got the same. However it compiles and runs fine.
>>> One more gotcha with the February CTP. It seems that you need to do a
>>> Rebuild everytime instead of just hitting F5 to get Avalon apps to run
>>> without a runtime error.
>>> "Joseph Bittman MVP MCSD" <RyanBittman@msn.com> wrote in message
>>>> Feb. 25, 2006
>>>> I just installed the Orcas Feb CTP/Windows SDK Feb CTP/ and Vista
>>>> 5308. When ever I create any project under the WinFX type, I get lots
>>>> of errors.... "Type Application could not be found. Are you missing an
>>>> assembly reference?".. the same error happens for lots of objects
>>>> including Application.Resources ... Page ... Grid.. etc - Any Ideas?
>>>> Joseph Bittman
>>>> Microsoft Certified Solution Developer
>>>> Microsoft Most Valuable Professional - DPM