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

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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.

One thing that may help is, if they aren't already, making them auto hide. Setting it as auto hide gives them more room and docks them along the side of the screen.
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