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  • Question

  • Is there there an option in VS 2010 as in Expression Web 4.0 to open a hyperlink with "CTRL + click to follow link" in the Web Form Designer to open an HTML or ASPX page within the editor?

    This would be a great time saver.

    Thanks,

    Jamal

     

    • Moved by Brittany Behrens Monday, June 21, 2010 11:43 PM Suggestion for a new designer feature, not a core editor feature (From:Visual Studio Editor)
    Monday, June 21, 2010 5:32 PM

Answers

  • I'm really sorry that your post was moved to the wrong forum Jamal.

    Neither the Visual Studio Editor forum (which is about the text/code editor in Visual Studio) nor this one (which is about the WPF and Silverlight Designer in Visual Studio) is the correct place to address this question.

    Unfortunatley to add insult to injury, the right place (the ASP.NET forums) is not part of the MSDN forums system, so I cannot port your query automatically to the right place.

    Your best bet is to post your query on one of the forums over at http://forums.asp.net/ - http://forums.asp.net/1213.aspx looks promising as it's about ASP.NET and VS2010.

    Thanks and sorry for the run-around.

    Mark


    Mark Wilson-Thomas - Program Team - WPF & SL Designer for Visual Studio - posts are provided 'as-is'
    Wednesday, June 23, 2010 5:29 PM

All replies

  • Is there there an option in VS 2010 as in Expression Web 4.0 to open a hyperlink with "CTRL + click to follow link" in the Web Form Designer to open an HTML or ASPX page within the editor?

    This would be a great time saver.

    Thanks,

    Jamal

     

    Why was the above question moved to the wrong forum section. It has nothing to do with WPF!!

     


    Tuesday, June 22, 2010 1:56 PM
  • I'm really sorry that your post was moved to the wrong forum Jamal.

    Neither the Visual Studio Editor forum (which is about the text/code editor in Visual Studio) nor this one (which is about the WPF and Silverlight Designer in Visual Studio) is the correct place to address this question.

    Unfortunatley to add insult to injury, the right place (the ASP.NET forums) is not part of the MSDN forums system, so I cannot port your query automatically to the right place.

    Your best bet is to post your query on one of the forums over at http://forums.asp.net/ - http://forums.asp.net/1213.aspx looks promising as it's about ASP.NET and VS2010.

    Thanks and sorry for the run-around.

    Mark


    Mark Wilson-Thomas - Program Team - WPF & SL Designer for Visual Studio - posts are provided 'as-is'
    Wednesday, June 23, 2010 5:29 PM