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Is there a clientside equivalent of "DesignMode"

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  1. Steve
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    09 Jan 2011
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    Or should I just do a jquery selector on an element that would only exist in design mode?
  2. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi Steve,

    You can send the value through GetScriptDescriptors()

    descriptor.AddProperty("isDesignMode", this.isDesignMode);

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  3. Mihail
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    What about in MVC widget ?

    I have reference in the .cshtml to my JS like @Html.Script("/Mvc/Scripts/MyScript.js")

    Then how in this script to determine whether I am in design mode - without make query selectors over the DOM in the HTML?

    Is there something like Sys.IsInDesingMode ?

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