In a web project, when editing a *.cshtml file, and then start debugging, the Internet browser opens the project to the correct directory (which is ok). The problem is that this page is never correctly interpreted by the browser, and the user has to delete a part of the url to get back to localhost:XXXX/ only, and then navigate back to the edited page. The page should load correctly in the first place. You can actually turn this around by only saving the file in the visual studio editor and only refreshing the page in the browser, but still.
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