Anyone who has worked with me knows how much I enjoy working with mainly the keyboard alone. IntelliJ and Eclipse have great ways of doing things with the mouse, and as I’m finding out, Visual Studio has a plethora of them as well. Unfortunately many of them trigger hidden buttons or menu items that don’t exist. We accidentally turned on a “feature” of showing spaces as dots and took a while searching out how to turn if off as shown in the diagram below.
If it ever happens to you, you apparently have to drag a button onto one of the menu bars in order to disable it. Otherwise try the short cut keys, CTRL-R followed by CTRL-W. Of course…
In the previous .Net version, ASP.Net seemed to generate a very simple function of the form of
__doPostBack([targetId], [targetArguments]) that would effectively set two hidden variables (
WebForm_DoPostBackWithOptions) that I think is caused with use of any of the ASP validator components.
One work around that one person (Lance Ahlberg) found was to turn the “
The result is a patch to
ControlTester.cs that allows the
__EVENTARGUMENT to still be set by extracting out the appropriate values from the new
I know this is old, but I’m putting up here as a note to myself… the installation order of IIS and .Net 2.0 matters. If you try running .Net 2.0 code on IIS that thinks it’s running a prior version of .Net (see the bottom part of the IIS error page to see what it is running), run the
aspnet_regiis.exe /i command that sits deep in the bowels of the %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727 folder to make it run fine again.