extenderControlBase file missing from web application

Hi,
I have recently upgraded from a website project to a web application project in visual studio.
I am using VS 2013.

Since then my confirm button extenders are not working as the project is requesting the ExtenderControlBase file and cannot find it.

I have reinstalled the AjaxToolKit using nuget(I am using the latest version), and it did not solve the problem.

I have also checked that the AjaxMin.dll is in the references folder/bin folder of my project.

I have also added in the Property of the solution, (debug source file tab) the file that the app is looking for (f:\TeamCity\buildAgent\work\80acd78aa4c25314\Server\AjaxControlToolkit\ExtenderBase\ExtenderControlBase.cs), but it did not make any difference.

I don't know what else to do.

Thank you for help in advance

Anne
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Bob LearnedCommented:
1) How are you using the extenders?  

2) If you create another temporary web project, and try to use the extenders, do you have the same problem?
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AnneSKSAuthor Commented:
I have recreated the web application already.

However I think I found the solution. I recreated again the web application and this time I did not install the ajaxcontrol toolkit.
When I needed the extender I pulled it from the toolbox.
It is working so far.

Now what is interesting is that the Ajax.min is not referenced in the project.
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Bob LearnedCommented:
I am not sure what ajax.min is for?  AJAX minifier?
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AnneSKSAuthor Commented:
I already explain in my comment my solution.
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