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Running Visual Studio 12 with VC 2.2.  If I make a change to a designer, save it and then run debug and the changes are not there.  I must have something setup incorrectly, although this was ok in visual studio 10.  Suggestions?  Note: I did not make any solution changes between visual studio 10 & 12.  Just starting working in the solution.

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The missing assembies have nothing to do with Visual COBOL.

They appear to be assemblies from the Microsoft.VisualBasic.Powerpacks product which can be downloaded from msdn.microsoft.com/.../bb735936.aspx.

If you are seeing strange behavior with the forms designer then I would once again recommend that you open up a support incident and attach your project to the incident so that we can take a look.

Thanks.

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Can you reproduce this behavior at will?

Does this occur only on existing projects or do you see the same behavior for new projects?

To which designer are you referring, Windows Forms, Web Forms, WPF?

I would recommend that you open up a support incident with customer care for this behavior as we will most likely need to get a copy of your project along with steps to reproduce, etc.

Thanks.

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I do not have a project yet.  It is a windows form.  Also I get an error on some forms that it can not find, micrsoft.visualbasic.powerpacks.shapecontainer, micrsoft.visualbasic.powerpacks.rectangleshape.  I had no issues in VC2.1 with Visual studio 10.  

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Sorry I meant new project.

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RE: VC 2.2

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The missing assembies have nothing to do with Visual COBOL.

They appear to be assemblies from the Microsoft.VisualBasic.Powerpacks product which can be downloaded from msdn.microsoft.com/.../bb735936.aspx.

If you are seeing strange behavior with the forms designer then I would once again recommend that you open up a support incident and attach your project to the incident so that we can take a look.

Thanks.

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