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Windows Forms showing the form but its elements

Posted on 2011-02-11
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I added a combobox and some buttons to a form. When I run, it doesn't show these elements. What could be wrong?
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Check that the Visible property for these controls is True, and also check in your Program.cs that you're starting your program with the expected Form.


//In Program.cs
Application.Run(new FormYouWantToRunFirst());

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Are the controls set with visible = false?
Are they on a panel (or other control) that is hidden?
Are they within the visible area of the form?
Do you have any code to do anything with these controls?
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