I had a few feature requests that I'd really like for R# 4.0:
- More color options for Resharper symbols -- if you use R#'s colors for symbol names, you only get one choice, which is less than if you don't use any R# coloring and just use VS. VS lets you color enums, delegates, interfaces, reference and value types all differently. R# should either preseve these color choices for type names, or give us the same options.
- R# should also add a color option for extension methods. While you can see that a method is an extension via the tooltip, it'd be much better if I could assign a color instead. In that case, just the method portion would be that color; any type would be its correct color (as per above).
It's truely amazing what a good color scheme will do for code readability (please feel free to checkout the attached settings).
The other thing I'd really like is the abilitiy to customize what R# features are on my context menu's. Given that many of us have a few addins and each may add items to the context menus, it's precious real-estate. In our case, we use MSTest for unit testing (and I suspect more people will since it's now part of the Pro SKU), and I really want to be able to reclaim the space R# uses for its Unit Test options. They just get in the way and lead to accidental "clickage." Please just give us the option to customize what R# puts in our menus...
Attachment(s):Nice Colors.vssettingsNice Colors - Orcas.vssettings