If you are using NoXaml
dlls, the controls should be visible in the VS designer. In order to resolve such issues you can try the following:
- Merge the required ResourceDictionaries in the App.xaml of the application.
- Manually delete the "bin" and "obj" folders of the project. Then Clean and Rebuild the solution.
- Check if the dlls folder contains a folder called "design". If not, find it from the installation directory (where the dlls are) and add it in the folder from where the UI for WPF dlls are referenced. The folder contains dlls with design-time functionality, that is automatically executed by Visual Studio.
Also, can you share what controls you are using in the view? What is not displayed? What version of UI for WPF you are using? Can you share the XAML of the view?
If this doesn't help I would suggest you to open a new support ticket and send a runnable project demonstrating the issue.
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