2.5 Build 312 Uninstallation Issues

Hi. I tried out 2.5 Build 312, didn't like it in its current state, and decided to uninstall it and re-install 2.0.2 instead. However, I now have two ReSharper menus, one of which is grayed out. I was able to get rid of it by Alt-dragging it away. But, I also have two Refacor submenus in the source code editor's right-click menu, one of which is grayed out. Thus far, I have not been able to figure out a way to get rid of the grayed out one. Is this a bug? Can someone help?

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What makes you to uninstall 2.5?

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Hi. I tried out 2.5 Build 312, didn't like it in its current state, and
decided to uninstall it and re-install 2.0.2 instead. However, I now have
two ReSharper menus, one of which is grayed out. I was able to get rid of
it by Alt-dragging it away. But, I also have two Refacor submenus in the
source code editor's right-click menu, one of which is grayed out. Thus
far, I have not been able to figure out a way to get rid of the grayed out
one. Is this a bug? Can someone help?



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I ran into some usability issues:

1. Upon installation, ReSharper reset my keyboard mapping scheme to (Default), although it was Visual C# 2005 before.
2. After I started to use it, ReSharper 2.5 complained about conflicts about some very common keys between ReSharper and Visual Studio 2005, such as Ctrl-Left, Ctrl-Right, etc. Changing my keyboard mapping scheme didn't fix this.
3. An issue I reported (RSRP-27519) having to do w/ ReSharper messing up the auto-hide feature of the Windows taskbar kept recurring while a single instance of Visual Studio 2005 was running, requiring me to manually activate the task bar each time this is happening.
4. When I use ReSharper's unit test runner to debug my unit test code, the debugger kept on wanting to step into ReSharper's code.

Other than that, I rather enjoyed the progress you guys are making w/ 2.5, and I am waiting for a more well-behaved EAP release to come out.

As for my issue, I ended up uninstalled ReSharper 2.5, resetted Visual Studio 2005's settings to their original defaults, and theninstalled ReSharper 2.0.2, which cleared it up.

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Hello,

the problem with some ReSharper menus retaining after uninstallation is a
known issue, we're working on it.

However, in Visual Studio you can edit any menu (context ones including)
by using
Tools|Customize|Toolbars. There is a checkbox 'Context Menus' there, you
can check it, go to the 'Commands' tab, 'Rearrange Commands', choose 'Toolbar'
and you see that all context menus have become available for editing.

Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


Hi. I tried out 2.5 Build 312, didn't like it in its current state,
and decided to uninstall it and re-install 2.0.2 instead. However, I
now have two ReSharper menus, one of which is grayed out. I was able
to get rid of it by Alt-dragging it away. But, I also have two
Refacor submenus in the source code editor's right-click menu, one of
which is grayed out. Thus far, I have not been able to figure out a
way to get rid of the grayed out one. Is this a bug? Can someone
help?



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Hello Salty,

2. After I started to use it, ReSharper 2.5 complained about conflicts
about some very common keys between ReSharper and Visual Studio 2005,
such as Ctrl-Left, Ctrl-Right, etc. Changing my
keyboard mapping scheme didn't fix this.


This is very irritating to me as well. It appears that the editor navigation
keys shortcuts, (next/previous word, select next/previous word) are being
duplicated by R# and having to stop and decide to continue using the default
keys is slowing down my work. This behavior returns with each new build
(at least in the case of EAPs, I havn't tried the nightly builds).


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Cool. Didn't know that 'til now. Thanks!

However, in Visual Studio you can edit any menu
(context ones including)
by using
Tools|Customize|Toolbars. There is a checkbox
'Context Menus' there, you
can check it, go to the 'Commands' tab, 'Rearrange
Commands', choose 'Toolbar'
and you see that all context menus have become
available for editing.

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