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Erez
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Erez asked on 07 Aug 2009, 09:35 AM
Hello,

I recently installed TELERIK 2009Q2 for WPF and every thing went fine.

When I create a new project and add a gridview control using View -> Toolbox,
the control and all the other DLLs point to the library where the older Telerik version was installed (and still exist on my computer).

I did an automatic MSI install and not a manual one.

Your help will be most appreciated.

Erez

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answered on 07 Aug 2009, 11:09 AM
Hi Erez,


Our toolbox installation uses a built-in Visual Studio package that is smart enough to re-add controls to the toolbox when the toolbox gets reset. So, try resetting your toolbox and restarting Visual Studio. See the screenshot if you can't find the menu option.

Hope this helps.

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answered on 20 Sep 2009, 11:48 PM
Sorry to resurrect an old thread, but I am having trouble with this issue as well.

I just installed the demo of Q3 over an old demo installation but it still pointed to the old dlls (I wanted to see the Outlook menu control and accidently installed just the release DEMO).

I deleted the Toolbox for the old radcontrols and went to add the new dlls manually. However, the dlls add TONS of random control elements that I dont want (probably over 100 items like piechart objects and stuff). I just want to get back to the stock toolbox. I have tried repairing my installation and resetting my toolbox but no new menu is created.

I think where I went wrong was deleting the tab that has the rad controls from the previous version. I dont think the add-in is smart enough to add a new tab, it just updates existing elements....d'oh.
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answered on 22 Sep 2009, 02:08 PM
Hi derekh,

You haven't done anything wrong - the problem is in the installation itself. Unfortunately the installation will not install any controls into the Visual Studio toolbox.

We are sorry for the inconvenience and we will fix this problem for our next release.

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Milan
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