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King Wilder
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King Wilder asked on 09 Jan 2011, 02:54 AM
I have two MVC 3 applications in the same solution. In one SiteMaster, the StyleSheetRegistrar looks fine, but the other one shows a "Red squiggle" under the parentheses of the Telerik() extension.

Here's my code which is the same in the two projects, the only difference is that the one with the red squiggle is version, 2010.3.1110.340 while the one that is OK is 2010.3.1110.235.

<% Html.Telerik().StyleSheetRegistrar().DefaultGroup(group => group
       .Add("styles.css")
       .Add("scroller.css")
       .Combined(true)
       .Compress(true)
       ).Render();
%>

I've attached two images that show what they look like in my VS 2010 Pro.  The page is rendering just fine, but when I hover my mouse over the squiggle, it tells me: "Several methods are applicable to ()".

Any ideas?

Thanks,

King Wilder

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Atanas Korchev
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answered on 10 Jan 2011, 08:59 AM
Hi King Wilder,

 We are not aware of this issue and we failed to reproduce it locally. Does it work despite the squiggle? Do you see any errors in the "Errors" window? Could you attach a sample project which reproduces that?

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answered on 10 Jan 2011, 06:20 PM
Atanas,

Yes, so far the application seems to work fine even with the Squiggle.  I will try to put a sample application together today and see if it exists. 

Also, I forgot to mention it, but the way I enabled this MVC 3 application with the Telerik MVC Extensions was with the NuGet Package Manager.  I did this with both applications.  I forget off-hand why they both are of different builds, but I think there was a slightly new build for the System.Web.Mvc assembly that I installed after building the first application.

I'll let you know what I find out.

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answered on 10 Jan 2011, 07:38 PM
Ok, I created a new MVC 3 application and did everything the same as before and no Red squiggle.  So there's some anomoly in my other applicaiton that I need to track down.  I'll post my findings.

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answered on 16 Jan 2011, 06:29 PM
I still haven't figured out what is causing this squiggle, but I'm forced to move forward since it is not preventing the component from failing.  But it is generating a lot of JustCode design time errors.
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Atanas Korchev
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answered on 17 Jan 2011, 08:07 AM
Hi King Wilder,

 Unfortunately we haven't been able to reproduce such a problem to this moment. Without a reproducible project we cannot investigate the issue further.

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answered on 21 Jan 2011, 02:08 AM
I understand.  As soon as I have time I'll make a sample project.

So what I did in the meantime was to downgrade to the same version as in my other MVC 3 application that does not have the squiggle, and the squiggle disappeared.  The version I downgraded to was: 2010.3.1318.235 from 2010.3.1110.340.

But I decided to upgrade to the latest version that you just released that is compatible with MVC 3 and it did the conversion process on my MVC 3 application without a problem or errors, but when I now look at my view code, it has the squiggle again.

I'll try to build a small application this weekend and see if I can reproduce the issue and send it to you.

Otherwise, I'm not getting any errors in my application with the squiggles, so for now, I'm going to keep moving forward. 

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answered on 22 Jan 2011, 11:35 PM
Ok, I built two small MVC 3 applications and tried to have them emulate my existing production application as closely as possible and neither of them have the squiggle.  I'll keep searching to see what is causing it.
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