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How to know if VB.NET user control is running in Design mode or Runtime mode?

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How to know if VB.NET user control is running in Design mode or Runtime mode?

previously in VB6 i use the property UserControl.Ambient.UserMode
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Look at the Designmode property...

If  Me.DesignMode = True Then
   ''Design Time
Else
  ''Runtime

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/system.componentmodel.component.designmode(v=VS.80).aspx 
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