Next-Issue <3s Me

By that I mean when I use the Next-Issue hot key, Alt-PgDn, Resharper causes the focus to move to the next issue, but when I release the alt key, the heart character is inserted at the cursor location. If I press Alt-PgDn multiple times, a different character is inserted: twice and I get the exclamation mark, thrice I will get the letter M, etc. See the illustration:

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Really, the heart is cute, but I would <3 R# even more if this didn't happen.

Anybody know why this is happening?

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Hi Gil,

Thanks for the report <3

1. What VS version do you use?
2. Do you have any other extensions installed?
3. What locale, keyboard language and environment language do you use on your environment?

Please let me know.

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Hey Alex. Thanks for the reply.

I am using VS 2012 Pro, and the locale is US.

After my original post I removed a lot of extensions, and the problem went away. I'm not sure which caused the conflict, but I think it was probably CodeSmart for VS.NET from AxTools. I may try to reinstall that. If the problem re-appears, I'll let you know.

Gil

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Hi Gil,

Thanks for the follow up. Sure, please let us know if you find the conflict! Thanks in advance!

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I finally reinstalled VS10x and confirmed that the hearts are inserted as I described when I use the Next-Issue and Previous-Issue keys. I uninstalled it again, and the issue went away.

If that were the only problem it presented, I would leave it installed and live with the hearts, but ever since I moved to Windows 8 VS10x makes it nearly impossible to shut VS down normally; VS will almost alway restart after an error. I only say that to say it's not going to be a problem for me while using ReSharper.

I have noticed that the new Beta does not play very well with VS Commands 2012. While installing the Beta I get an error message saying that a file in some plugin is invalid, and it gives the option to delete it. I think the file is something to do with VS Commands, but I'm not certain of that. I do know however that some VS Commands features don't work correctly with Resharper installed (like the open command prompt here menu item), and some Resharper features don't work when VS Command is installed. FileStructure for example was always empty when VS Commands was installed.

Are these known issues?

Gil

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Hi Gil,

Yeah, there are some extensions that are known to conflict with ReSharper (http://resharper-support.jetbrains.com/entries/24083148-Visual-Studio-with-ReSharper-is-slow), VS Commands is in the list.
We do not recommend to use these extensions with ReSharper installed.

Thanks!

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Thanks Alex. That is very useful.

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