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Old January 11th, 2007, 08:37 AM
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Default SplitControl Container Error

Perhaps someone knows this error and get angry about it every time it occurs like me.

SplitterDistance must be between Panel1MinSize and Width - Panel2MinSize.

I'm not searching a solution. I know the steps that have to be done to correct it by hand. But this have to be done every time the designer generates the code again. That means after every modification. In addition to this angry, when you forget to do it once, you don't get a compile-time error. You note it only at run-time.

Does someone known something about this matter? Is there a fix for this problem? I've installed the brand new service pack for vs 2005 but the problem still remaining.






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