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Overrides Item in ComboBox of the code designer un Visual Studio in gone ?

Posted on 2009-04-08
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I was using Visual Studio 2003 for quite some time and I just recently switched to 2005 and I found a useful features is missing ?
The overrides item in the code designer that was helping override with the right override parameter like WndProc, SetBounds and others...
now we must all code it by hand.

Is there's a way to get it back or it's something that got removed ?
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Question by:powlin
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Never noticed it to be honest.
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Hello, powlin,

I too have missed this when I moved to VS2005.  I don't know if there is a way to get it back, but I did discover that if I just type "overrides" in a code window, IntelliSense provides me with a list of the overrides available.  

Cheers,
Randy
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