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Hello,

I have custom controls in the same project file as the web application. Everytime I drag the control onto a web form, it adds a reference to this project, which causes errors because there are two separate references to the name project, and a naming conflict occurs. Whenever I added the controls to the toolbox through the "Add/Remove Items", I browsed to this project's DLL file and opened it, because the custom controls were not in the Add/Remove list.

How do I remedy this problem without moving the controls to a separate project?

Thanks,

Brian Mains
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