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Tired of being asked if you want your files to be reloaded in Visual Studio when using Blend?

Dec 1

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Tuesday, December 01, 2009 11:11 PM  RssIcon

When doing WPF/SL development, are you tired of being peppered with reloading dlgs from VS?  Read on for a quick tip to stop the nagging!

When doing WPF/SL/XAML development, you're constantly jumping from Blend to Visual Studio and back'n'forth until the coffees all gone!  Are you tired of the constant reload nagging from VS?

File modified outside of editor, reload?

If you are, here's one quick tip to stop the nagging!

Turn off the auto loading questions to automagically reload the files in VS

In Tools, Options, Documents, check off the Auto-load changes, if saved and you won't be bothered with those nagging popups asking you to do the obvious, reload the doc with the updated ver from Blend.

Now.......if we could only get the same option in Blend????

Now you know how to speed up development (ever so slightly haha LOL), it's time to grab a coffee and get coding.

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Re: Tired of being asked if you want your files to be reloaded in Visual Studio when using Blend?

Very good tip Peter, was really annoyed doing it the other way! Keep up the good tips.

By Sylvain on   Wednesday, December 02, 2009 9:45 PM

Re: Tired of being asked if you want your files to be reloaded in Visual Studio when using Blend?

Thank you very much for leaving a comment about that Sylvain! :> Very cool! If you're the same Sylvain as before, thanks for coming back, if you're new, WELCOME aboard (and I hope you do come back LOL).

By phenry on   Wednesday, December 02, 2009 9:46 PM

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