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Why does Recording the TemporaryMacro sometimes fail in Visual Studio 2010? #durftevragen #dtv #daretoask

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/03/16

Every now and then, while recording a TemporaryMacro in Visual Studio 2010, I get this error message:


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Microsoft Visual Studio
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No TemporaryMacro in designated Recording Project
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OK
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The Recording a macro topic on MSDN suggest this solution:

Sounds like your macros directory is messed up.  Open Macro Explorer (View\Other Windows\Macro Explorer) and make sure you get the MyMacros element.

However, that works.

And if I check that, the next time I record a TemporaryMacro it just works.

I never had this in Visual Studio 2008, 2005 or older.

Anyone seen this behaviour too?

Anyone who knows why this happens?

–jeroen

via: Recording a macro.

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