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Annoying: Visual Studio 2010+ by default open XSD files in a Designer view

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/04/14

It is pretty easy to switch from the XSD Designer to the Code view: c# – Viewing XSD as code – Stack Overflow.

 

But I got a bit fed up of doing this each and every time after opening an XSD file in Visual Studio.

It turns out there is a default for that which is a bit hidden away: in the File Open dialog. There,

right click on an XSD file, choose “Open with…” and select the appropriate option – then click on “Set as Default” before you actually open it.

via Stop Visual Studio 2010 opening XSDs in design mode – Stack Overflow.

–jeroen

One Response to “Annoying: Visual Studio 2010+ by default open XSD files in a Designer view”

  1. Annoying: Visual Studio 2010+ by default open XSD files in a Designer view

    Nice one

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