I keep reinventing the wheel when this problem comes up but never remember how I solved it later. I think, in the past, I’ve had a blue underline to click on Resources to differentiate between the SPOT reference and the Glide reference but I don’t have this option currently. How do I point “Resources” in this line to Glide.
As a side note, is there a reason that different verbiage wasn’t used given the obvious conflict? This has cost me plenty of time.
After re-reading your original error I realized I may have got off track with your comments about the resources. What is your windows defined as? Sounds like it’s a Microsoft.SPOT.Presentation.Window instead of a Glide window as Mike hinted.
That was the issue. The Window was being reference to SPOT instead of Glide. It seems weird that in some projects I don’t have to type the reference path for Glide, it gives me the option to bind because it is “ambiguous” in other projects it seems to default to SPOT. Perhaps I added the project reference for the Glide .dll file after I typed my code. Does seem like a reasonable assumption as to what is causing this inconsistency?