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Hello Simen
     Could you please attach a screenshot of your ReSharper | Options | IntelliSense | General options page? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

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Sure :)

I have Visual Assist X installed as well. Disabling it doesn't help.

Visual Studio Ultimate, with Power tools and power commands installed. Plus Git stuff.

EDIT: Oh, and StyleCop



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Hello Simen
     Could you please check if color assistance in IntelliSense doesn't work in a newly created Windows Forms application when you write something like Color c = Color.  ?

Andrey Serebryansky

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There it works. Odd.

My current project (the one it doesn't work in) is an XNA project

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Hello Simen
     Thank you for this information! We'll test it with XNA projects on our side and I'll write back as soon as we find out more.

Andrey Serebryansky

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Hi!

Just checked, and this is stil a problem in 7.1.3.

It is a Microsoft.Framework.Xna.Color Color. And, as earlier stated, the "normal" color works fine.

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