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Is there a way to show my bindingsource's in a list format rather than a graphical blob?

Posted on 2010-08-15
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I am having a hard time sorting through all of my graphical bindingsources at the bottom of my designer.  Is there a way to show them as a sorted list by name or something?
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I have run into the same problem, but sadly there is not.

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