I seem to have an issue with ReSharper 5.0 in Visual Studio 2010 using the ReSharper Intellisense to use generics in my C# code.
When I want to type something like
IList<int> myList = new List<int>();
the ReSharper intellisence will automatically put the '< >' pair around the type argument to the generic as soon as I type the '<' key. I would rather ReSharper's intellisence not do this as it leads to me typing:
It appears that ReSharper is not skipping past the auto-inserted '>' character after I finish typing the type that I wish to specify. This forces me to use the right arrow key every time I want to use these types of constructs in my code.
Is there a way to disable ReSharper 5.0 from doing any auto-insertion of '< >' characters? The only workaround I know of is it not use ReSharper's intellisense.