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Accessing My.settings from another project.

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I have a Solution whith has multiple projects.  In VS2005 is there a way to access My.Settings from Project1 from Project2?

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Dan
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Not directly, as far as I know. I believe the settings live in a config file though -- creative use of XML might do it for you.
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