Vertical highlighting

Is there a way to configure R# to highlight braces vertically? This would show the code hierarchy more clearly.

TIA Lars

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I dont know if its what you're looking for, but in the resharper options, in Editor, under Braces and Parenthesis: Highlight matching delimiers when caret is: at both sides. Highlight with: outline.

Its not exactly "vertically", but it makes a box around the block of code... Its one of my favorite features of Resharper, not sure why its not selected by default (the important part is the Highlight with Outline).

Is there really someone who prefers the default behavior?

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I only recently discovered block outlining. I'll never use common brace matching ever again.

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Hello,

Is there a way to configure R# to highlight braces vertically? This
would show the code hierarchy more clearly.


R# has no such feature, there's only the outline highlighting of braces available
in the options, as mentioned earlier in this thread.

It's too expensive (in terms of performance) to paint anything in the text
editor, so for now the current-line-highlighting seems to be the only such
feature. It's possible that we add more when Dev10 releases, with its rich
media text editor.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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Francois Ward wrote:

I dont know if its what you're looking for, but in the resharper
options, in Editor, under Braces and Parenthesis: Highlight matching
delimiers when caret is: at both sides. Highlight with: outline.

Its not exactly "vertically", but it makes a box around the block of
code... Its one of my favorite features of Resharper, not sure why
its not selected by default (the important part is the Highlight with
Outline).

Is there really someone who prefers the default behavior?


+1 for changing to outline at both sides as default option.

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by Peter Sulek at 7. 8. 2008 8:59:18
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