Errors Gutter Question

I understand that the current version .78 does not have all the desired
functionality of the Errors Gutter, but I have a question about it. I
have a simple application that contains a basic form, form1.cs, and a non-gui
class, mylib.cs. The mylib.cs class shows the gutter, but when I switch
to code view for form1.cs, the gutter goes away. I've seen the gutter
in the code view of another winforms app, so I know it should be displayed.
Any ideas on what I'm missing here?
Thanks in advance!
Derek Price


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Derek,

in build 78 there is a bug (already fixed) that prevents errors gutter from
appearance
in certain cases including the situation you describe. In fact, whether the
gutter is displayed or not,
depends upon which view for a form (code or design) is opened first. If you
open the code view first,
the gutter should be displayed.

"Derek Price" <dprice@doble.com> wrote in message
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I understand that the current version .78 does not have all the desired
functionality of the Errors Gutter, but I have a question about it. I
have a simple application that contains a basic form, form1.cs, and a

non-gui

class, mylib.cs. The mylib.cs class shows the gutter, but when I switch
to code view for form1.cs, the gutter goes away. I've seen the gutter
in the code view of another winforms app, so I know it should be

displayed.

Any ideas on what I'm missing here?
Thanks in advance!
Derek Price

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That was it - thanks!
Derek

On 30 Apr 2004 12:46, "Dmitry Shaporenkov \(JetBrains\)" <dsha@jetbrains.com>
wrote:
>Derek,
>
>in build 78 there is a bug (already fixed) that prevents errors gutter
>from appearance in certain cases including the situation you describe.
>In fact, whether the gutter is displayed or not, depends upon which
>view for a form (code or design) is opened first. If you open the code
>view first, the gutter should be displayed.
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