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Posted on 2004-09-22
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I couldn't find a better category to put this in, but if there is one feel free to move it mods.

I have two questions about Visual Studio 2003.

1.  I have a very complicated web form using a tab strip so that it is basically multiple pages all rolled into one.  Is there a way in the html side to use something like the #region tag in the code-behind to collapse the code for readability?

2.  My Start Page doesn't update the Date Modified column to order the projects like it did in VS 2002.  It only shows the date created.  Is there a way to fix this?

Thanks

dave
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by:netjkus
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1. There should be some way to do the region tag in 2005!? But not that I know in VS 2003.

2. I have VS 2003! and I see the Date Modifed!! in the start page. I am not sure why you dont see that.
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by:KaiserSose
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Mine shows a date, but I can modify the solution every single day and it still shows the date that I created it...

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I believe if you make changes to the Project Solution file (like adding/removing some files from project) then it modifes the solution (SLN) file and hence you will be able to see the difference. But idf you are just updating the files inside the solution, it will not show the dtaes as updated solution! I think it is meant to be this way (though you may want it your way!)

hope this helps!
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Probably the best way to solve #1) right now would be to use Web User Controls
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Hey, thats a pretty good idea...
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