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Have to Rebuild after every code change for Debug?

Have to Rebuild after every code change for Debug?

Have to Rebuild after every code change for Debug?

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Hi Folks

Quick question. Working in VB.NET 2015, on a new form I've added to an existing project. Until recently I've never had to recompile (Rebuild) the project in order to have debugging work, always just saved the changes and ran the project no problem.

But with this new form I have to rebuild the project every time I make a change or when I try to debug the breakpoints are all disabled.

I'm sure something isn't right, but I have no clue what to look at. Any ideas? This is a standard forms project, not for the web.

Thanks

Craig

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