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Nobody Can Help With VS2008 Pro Debugger Disabling Step Menus?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 18, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
Posted: http://forums.asp.net/t/1600590.aspx Repeated: This is a Web Forms Website Project using several Ajax controls I set some break points, then F5, IE loads the .aspx page of the C# source I am trying to debug but then the Solution Explorer opens and adds an item and tree of items labeled Script Documents > Windows Internet Explorer > MyPage.aspx and about a dozen ScriptResource.axd files (including jquery files from a library loaded using absolute referencing which I have commented out in code to determine if jQuery library was causing this wierd behavior). The Debug > Step menu selections are all greyed out and pressing any Function keys does nothing. I also recall script files loaded into IE which "looked" like I was stepping into and over or whatever but that has not been intentionally repeatable.  


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