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Some obvious steps(I suppose you have already tried these..but still). Check if the Mode is still "Debug" instead of release. Delete the "obj" and "bin" folders and rebuild.


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Whilst cleansing I noticed that addins for ArcCatalog are copied to %USERPROFILE%\Documents\ArcGIS\AddIns\Desktop10.X{AddInID}\ where ArcMap addins are not Actually Arcmap Addins are copied to that location after installation too(or a Build in Visual studio). To solve this problem try these steps: Clean your whole Solution in visual studio by ...


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Ok, I just verified I am able to step through code using this process. I am doing this in ArcMap, but I think it should apply to ArcCatalog since the process deals with debugging DLLs and not an ESRI specific item. I confirmed this in both ArcMap 10.2.2 and ArcCatalog 10.2.2. As this is a Windows process dealing with DLLs directly, ESRI software versions ...


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Here is the solution: Try removing SupportedRuntime from arcmap.exe.config, in the bin directory. This is the \ArcGIS\Desktop10.0\bin\arcmap.exe.config xml file. Why can't the breakpoint be "hit" when debugging an ArcGIS 10 Add-In?


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To show localized resources properly, the user must change "Display Language" of the operating system. In windows 7: Region and Language Dialog > Keyboards and Languages > Install/Unistall languages The other preferred solution is to change the config.esriaddin file directly, rather that creating localized versions.


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I have same problem, I also did everything that you did - nothing works. Thank you for your research, I just installed VS2012 and it works fine, good enough for now. If you ever will find the solution - please write it here)


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In Visual Studio, Go in your project properties and go to the tab Debug. Make sure that in the section "Start Action", the radio button "Start External Program" is checked and that you put the map to your ArcMap execution file. In my case: "C:\Program Files (x86)\ArcGIS\Desktop10.3\bin\ArcMap.exe" Hope this helps. Fabien


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What you are identifying in your image is a ToolPalette not a Button or Menu. So use the AddIn Wizard to create your Buttons that you want to see in the ToolPalette then create the ToolPalette and add the buttons by their ID. Below is some demonstration code to get you going. <ESRI.Configuration xmlns="http://schemas.esri.com/Desktop/AddIns" ...



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