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Debugging in Visual Studio Express

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#1 aommaster


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Posted 03 August 2009 - 01:15 PM

Hi Everyone!

This problem seemed to have happened almost suddenly (I can't recall making any changes to the interface, etc.). Everytime I click the "Start Debugging" button on Visual Studio Express 2008, not only does the program I am writing run, but it seems that the layout of all the toolbars get undocked and stacked on top of each other.

I'm wondering if there's this magical option that I accidentally checked that says "Explode your whole layout to nothing when you click debug" or something.

It's not really a big thing, just an irritant, as it slows down my debugging.

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