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                                  • I have a default property TestProperty which is defined with a String argument and with an Integer argument :

                                    [VB.NET]
                                    Default Public ReadOnly Property TestProperty(pKey As String) As String Get Return pKey End Get End Property Default Public ReadOnly Property TestProperty(pKey As Integer) As String Get Return pKey.ToString() End Get End Property

                                    I call the property once with each argument type :

                                    [VB.NET]
                                    Public Sub TestSub() Dim lTestString As String = Me.TestProperty("Test") Dim lTestInteger As String = Me.TestProperty(8) End Sub

                                    As you can see in the attached screen shot, Visual Studio find the two references.
                                    When I hit Shift-F12 on TestProperty, the References window opens and keep searching without finding anything.

                                    With only one argument type defined, all works fine.

                                • George K (DevExpress) 11.30.2016

                                  Hi Cedric,
                                  Thanks for the code snippets and screenshot.
                                  I have managed to reproduce the issue. Please give us some time to research the issue in detail.

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