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Here is roughly what happened:
Project B has a reference to Project A. I took a class 'DesignerDragData' from Project B and moved it to Project A. The class was accidentally put in the namespace "Foo.Bar.Foo.Bar". I did not notice. I then tried to build and noticed the namespace was wrong. I fixed the namespace so it just read "Foo.Bar".
When i rebuilt the code there were a few places using that class which did not have a "using Foo.Bar" at the top. I right clicked on the "var f = new DesignerDragData ()" line and tried to add a using statement automatically, however this menu still thought the class lived in "Foo.Bar.Foo.Bar" even though i had renamed it to be in "Foo.Bar".