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Which version of the API did you install? If you installed v2.x, your Silverlight application must be Silverlight v4. If you installed v3.0 Pre-Release, your Silverlight application must be Silverlight v5. The .NET references are filtered by Silverlight version.
Thanks for replying.
I attempted to install version 2.4 of the API. I have Silverlight version 4 installed.
It is good to know that the .NET references are filtered by Silverlight version.
However, the API dll's are not showing up in the global assembly cache of the machine, regardless of Visual Studio.
I could probably manually add them, but I'd rather not if there's a known reason they're not registering.
None of the DLL's are supposed to be installed in the GAC in the first place, so I'm not sure why you would expect them to be there (not to mention you can't even install SL assemblies in the GAC, since this is only for .NET assemblies).
Make sure you are creating a Silverlight 4 project to have the assemblies show up in the add references dialog (they will be listed under the extensions). If not, try and reinstall the SDK.
Thanks for correcting me. It turns out I was trying to add the reference to the wrong project in the solution. Whoops.