On three of our development machines, all IG controls are in the foreground and the developers can work with them. On my machine, all controls are in the background with no way to bring them to the foreground. I can see them, but I can't click on them at all to work with them. Any idea why?
This sounds like a license issue. Please try the following:
1) Ensure that your project is referencing the correct DLLs. The minor version number of the DLLs should match the version of the DLLs installed in your GAC.2) If there is a licenses.licx file, open it and clear out the contents. Sometimes old version information is retained in this file.3) Clean and rebuild your project.
Please let me know if the issue persists after performing these actions.
Thank you. No luck with any of that. All Infragistics controls are still inaccessible on my machine. Any chance support can log in and check it remotely?
Please provide a screen shot of what you are seeing on your machine.
Attached. I hope (not sure how to post an image here). This is two different screen. I can't click on the tabs in the top image, and that combo box can't be clicked on. Selecting it in the properties window has no effect either. If you'll notice, that is the UltraGrid in the top image... the blue bar at the bottom of it should have a start button and wording next to it. All of the ultragrids in the project have the blue bar, but none have the start button or the wording. Hope this helps.
The behavior that you are seeing is what you would see if the designer for the control isn't available. Is the version of the Infragistics controls that you are using installed on your machine? If not, installing it is likely to resolve the issue.
There are more details on a similar issue in the thread here: http://www.infragistics.com/community/forums/t/50748.aspx
For the image, it is likely failing if you are trying to add the link to photo bucket as it is an html page and not an actual image. if you right click on the image from bit bucket and get the image location and use that it appears to work.
Let me know if you have any questions with this matter.