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Simon Wren6-Sep-05 0:36
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This is driving us mad, i'll try and keep it simple.

We have a custom control writtten in VB.Net compiled as a class library, this is added as a reference to a C# application, with the control being placed on its form.

They both have the same/similar root namespace eg:

CompanyName.Things.<the thing="">With me so far...the problem is that if at anytime after the component has been referenced the custom control changes, say for example adding a style enum to the control that can be set by designers, the forms that use this control complain about not being able to see the additions.

This is *most* true for our custom properties of the control that can be set by the designer.

Removing and re-referencing the component makes no difference, and of course i am sure the features being added are public available.

It seems (prove me wrong) that once a VB.Net custom control has been added to a C# application you can't make any changes to that custom control! That can't be correct surely.

I don't seem to have this problem if the custom control is written in C#.

Am i mad, what's the problem?

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