Was VB support an "after-thought"?

I'm finding all kinds of issues with ReSharper 7.x ... so many that I'm wondering if VB support was never tested at all?  I'm using VS 2010 Ultimate SP1.

Some examples

1.  If ... Then -- I have to hit the enter key twice before it auto-fills the End If structure, first time it does nothing.
2.  Highlight code chunk and select "Find Similar code" and it either does nothing at all, or tells me to "Surround with..." ???
3.  Using Imports in a class seems to confuse Auto-fill giving an intellisense list that is huge ... it's faster for me just to type it in (VS 2010 was much more intelligent)

I'm hoping I've missed something in the options for ReSharper 7.x ... is there any way to make Intellisense more sensible?

Thanks, Rob.

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I think they added support to VB.NET in 2.0 or 3.0 can't remember but the initial release did not support VB.NET fully.

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Based on the lack of responses it would appear VB was most definitely an after-thought.  Too bad, VB is far more intuitive to use than C# and produces exact same end results ... sometimes I think the C folks forget why C is so syntactically terse and how that editing efficiency just doesn't apply to today's computers.Oh well, found another bug, ReSharper's helpful hints "renaming" will delete ALL my code bookmarks!?  Woohoo, how very un-helpful.  Kinda annoying actually.
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Try to issue a bug, hopefully they will fix it in the next minor or the upcoming major release.

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Eyal,I've uninstalled ReSharper ... "hopefully" isn't something I pay to hear ... just too many problems with it, but the bottom line is that it is NOT helping productivity.Rob.
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