I am making a BingMaps Silverlight Application that works with the DeepEarth Digitizer. There was a original solution (first one) and I am making a second solution (application) that has a lot in common with the first one. When I say in Common I dont mean sharing projects or something like that. SO, the first application wasnt started by me and it included a Digitizer. When I started the second one I wanted to use the changes I made in the first application's digitizer, so I copied the project from there, pasted it in a new folder in my new project and included the NEW folder in the second application. So far so good. A digitizer showed and it was fine. HOWERVER i tried numerous times to make changes on the digitizer and nothing happened. So I was wondering for some time, and tried a few things. For my COMPLETE AMAZEMENT I deleted the project from the solution, and the digitizer kept running. ?! What, how, why ... I have no idea. There is no code, not a single file, or anything else associated with the Digitizer, except the DeepEarth.BingMapsToolkit.Client.Controls.Digitizer.dll that I added a reference to in my silverlight projcet. SO all it needs is to have it as a reference and to create the digitizer in the XAML. I dont think if I explained it well, but it is really strange for me. I am in no way opening the "plane" original project of digitizer, because the digitizer does the things that were added in the first application. And there is no code, no project no nothing. I cant understand how it displays a messegebox, for an instance, with a certain message, and the message just doesnt exist in my code. Nor anything else associated with the digitizer. My only theory is that it somehow remained connected (referenced or whatever is the right termn) with the first project. I cant find anyway to find this ... connection or how to call it.
Can someone please try to explain to me what is going on, because I need to include the digitizer in the application and nometter what i do nothing happens. The damn thing just stays as it is.
This post has been edited by astian: 09 August 2012 - 07:00 AM