What exactly does RS4's stack trace explorer do?

My code is sitting on a breakpoint. I can see the call stack tab in .Net's IDE and it contains valid stack frames. In RS4, the menu item Resharper -> Windows -> Stack Trace Explorer launches the window. But all it says is "No stack traces available". I'm a bit puzzled. Is Resharper's stack trace intended to complement or enhance what's in the IDE?

If I've missed the plot entirely (not for the first time) could someone explain what it's used for and how you'd use it?

Edit: I found it. I was getting my call stacks confused with my stack traces. I had to download the RS help file which explains it. What I did not know about is that when you get the exception dialog displayed you have to copy it to the clipboard at which time, Ctrl+E, T then displays the stack trace with clickable links.

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"Peter Hamilton-Scott" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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My code is sitting on a breakpoint. I can see the call stack tab in .Net's
IDE and it contains valid stack frames. In RS4, the menu item Resharper ->
Windows -> Stack Trace Explorer launches the window. But all it says is
"No stack traces available". I'm a bit puzzled. Is Resharper's stack trace
intended to complement or enhance what's in the IDE?


http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/documentation/help20/Navigation/stackTraceExplorer.html

Regards

Albert

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