Sometimes when I'm editing page or control the .designer files stop being updated with the new controls I'm putting on the page.
I'm not sure what's causing this to happen, but I'm wondering if there's any way of forcing Visual Studio to regenerate the .designer file.
Updates can occur for many reasons: new features being added, fixing bugs, or, most importantly, patching security flaws.
Sometimes it's irritating getting notified of updates to programs when you're working or playing a game, and it isn't uncommon for automatic updating to lack a disable button.
I managed to get edit it regenerated, but it's through obscurity... [email protected], if I had a penny for every weird "feature" like this, I would be richer than Bill Gates.
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It's akin to not being able to rebuild a corrupt DLL. Especially with external source control and external editors you leave Visual Studio crippled. I'm actually trying to regenerate resource file designers.When setting a Type Script version on a project, the project becomes fixed on that version.Even if a new Type Script version becomes available through a Visual Studio update or a manual SDK download, the project will still use the version it is fixed to.That said, using the latest available version of Visual Studio will provide the best experience.In Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3 and later, the Type Script version used is bound to individual projects.