Can you have a control set say textfields in a container control

I created a container with oval and textfield.

Then later a made the oval and textfield part of control set and then IDE started to complain about the Container name

Is this expected?

What exactly did the IDE complain about? When you have a container with the name “CCContainer” then the default name used is “CCContainer1” and you have to use this name and not the generic one.

No the IDE was complaining the actual name after compile

I figured out that the IDE was complaining about the actual name.

It turns out after I removed a dummy “Attribute” on the container control it was happy.

I added an attribute before I turned into some controls into control set.

I resolved the issue… thanks