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Changing the default value of VS.NET's "Data Source Update Mode"

Changing the default value of VS.NET's "Data Source Update Mode"

Changing the default value of VS.NET's "Data Source Update Mode"

(OP)
Is it possible to change the default value of VS.NET's "Data Source Update Mode" in the "Formatting and Advanced Binding" dialog from "OnValidation" to "OnPropertyChanged"

Please see screenshot:
    http://codeidol.com/img/windows-forms-programming/17wfp13.jpg

I know it's possible to change that value in code - but I'd like the IDE to default to "OnPropertyChanged".

Thanks!

RE: Changing the default value of VS.NET's "Data Source Update Mode"

I would assume not, and it would make me ask what the logic is in the implementation you're after?  

Rhys

"The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it"
Terry Pratchett

RE: Changing the default value of VS.NET's "Data Source Update Mode"

(OP)
Because I need the properties updated immediately.

RE: Changing the default value of VS.NET's "Data Source Update Mode"

Do you really want to try and set properties to invalid values?

Rhys

"The trouble with having an open mind, of course, is that people will insist on coming along and trying to put things in it"
Terry Pratchett

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