Hiding the "Marker Bar"

Is there a way to toggle, disable, or otherwise hide the Marker Bar (the Code Analysis indicator bar Resharper adds next to the vertical scrollbar of code windows)?

I'm a stickler for horizontal real-estate, and would like to disable this particular feature if I can.  I have tried disabling Code Analysis in the Resharper options, but this does not affect the presence of the Marker Bar.

Thanks in advance.

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Hello
     I'm afraid there's no way to hide it at the moment. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

Support Engineer

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

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Is this feature (hide scroll) in your roadmap ?

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Could I request then that an option be added to hide/eliminate the marker bar then? I had also been looking for a way to do this as I have no need of it and it just takes up screen real estate.

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We do need ReSharper configuration option "Hide marker bar" because of:

1. We are developers - we work on code text (not on pictures).

2. We are all keyboard users, not mouse users.

So, marker bar is useless child toy, that occupies a screen space.

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Hard words to call it useless child toys. It's your opinion however I like it very much because I can quickly see how "good" or "bad" my code is and it is really usefull to quickly jump to some specific locations in code.

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It is hardly useless.  It's extremely useful.  I use it constantly.  It
gives you an at-a-glance status of your file and where any issues are, at
the very least.  And the screen space it occupies is minimal, especially in
these days of wide-screen monitors.

Perhaps if you actually took the time to get used to it and learn how to use
it, you might find it as useful as everyone else does.


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We do need ReSharper configuration option "Hide marker bar" because of:

1. We are developers - we work on code text (not on pictures).
2. We are all keyboard users, not mouse users.

So, marker bar is useless child toy, that occupies a screen space.

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Agreed, Visual Studio is the tool of our trade and tweaking the UI for additional real estate
when needed or preferred is an essential for any professional.

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