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16 September 2016 Reply
Very thanks of you for this tutorial.
I study the part1 and part2 completely.
In the part2, you told that has a problem with IDE (under "A warning on Visual Studio" section).
I have same problem in my solution, exactly.
Whenever I save my solution and rebuild it, then change the property value, any try to save form, give me an error in IDE.
Error message tell me that my converter can not convert from my class to InstanceDescriptor.
Same error occur in your project exactly.
What is the solution for this error message?
23 September 2016 Reply
The only time this has happened to me, and the solution I found, was not to have the type converter source in the same project as whatever code was actually using it, and to use that as a binary reference, not just shift it to another project referenced in source form. Sorry I can't really help, what I posted above is what I experienced when I was experimenting with type converters. I haven't really used them since, as I tend to either use pre-built converters or designers.