Apr 06, 2007 10:22 AM|capella07|LINK
Okay, what happens to me seems to be what people are talking about here - kind of...
A while back I used an update panel and a confirm button extender - that was when MS was still calling it Atlas. I have that opened in VS2005 and I can switch back and forth between source and design views with no problem.
Now a site I'm working on, which was created by a co-worker using MS AJAX 1.0 has an update panel on one page and that's it for AJAX extensions on this pretty large site. He has no problem switching between source and design views. But when I open it in
my VS2005, everytime I open ANY page in design view, it takes a good 10 minutes to load and in the status bar at the bottom, it switches between "Adding reference to 'System.Web.dll'..." and "Adding reference to 'System.Web.Extensions.dll'..."
I've gone over this thread and haven't seen anything that seems to fix my problem.
I tried deleteing everything in the ReferenceSchemas folder as Mikhail suggested.
I don't understand joshlrogers' fix: "I had to go through and remove all references to Ajax and restart visual studio then reload the references" I don't have any references to "AJAX" anywhere in either site.
Nuclearfusion's fix: "My problem was trying to open a project that still contained a reference to the web.extensions assembly. Remove the reference from the web.config file outside of the IDE and restart VS and the problem was fixed." seems kind of extreme,
as there are a LOT (maybe 20 or so) of references to System.Web.Extensions in my web.config file...
Has anyone fixed this in any other way, or is the fix posted here and I'm just not understanding it?