R#6 Case Sensitivity

Someone seems to have forgotten that C# is case-sensitive: X-(
If a local variable has the same name as a parameter, but with a different case, R# will not display the local variable in the intellisense list.

Even if you type the full name of the local variable, you have to remember to hit "escape" before you type anything else, otherwise it will be replaced with the parameter.

This might not be the best naming convention, but it's perfectly valid C# code!


I wonder if this is cause by all the new VB support?


OK, so nobody's got any suggestions of what I might be doing wrong, so I assume it's a bug.

I've reported it as RSRP-274178:


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