Martin, can you post the source you are working with, here? (aspx + code
behind) As well, could you give me the version information that you see
when you click on Help->About.
Charlie Nilsson [msft]
Visual Studio Update
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> Subject: VS thinks it knows things better
> Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2003 10:21:22 +0200
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> For a Web User Control I've made a table, writing it all on the HTML tab.
> Fot the tableheader <th> I have written align="center". When I switch tosuggestion> Design tab and then go back to HTML tab again, VS have changed the word
> 'center' to 'middle' and marked it with the red wave (indicating that it
> isnīt correct). When I, on the Design tab look at the cellīs property, it
> says 'center' but still 'middle' in the HTML code. I have got one> that it could have with the dictionary in Word to do. I do not think that
> that could be the case, but who knows. Strange things have been developed
> and sold before. I am using .Net 1.0.