Is there any way to disable automatic code analysis and trigger it on demand

I'm working on quite big solution which causes ReSharper to hang for long time just because for instance I've selected with mouse keyword 'this'. I hate this behaviour. Sometimes ReSharper crashes VS.NET and I lose my changes. I'm posting this message after crashing my VS.NET second time on this day (only 2 hours at work :( ). I like many ReSharper features but for solutions containing more items it's very annoying. So I'd like to see feature which allows me press some key to trigger code analysis only when needed - I'd like to keep my VS.NET live as long as possible without any crash, also I'd like to leave my memory free as much as possible.

Anyway, I'm suffering three major bugs:
- sometimes long time hangs during typing (even in comments !)
- ReSharper crashing (and then VS.NET) when code analysis is done
- a lot of memory consumption

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You can switch error highlighting off for specific file by pressing Ctrl-8
Or you can switch it off completely from Options

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I'm working on quite big solution which causes ReSharper to hang for long
time just because for instance I've selected with mouse keyword 'this'. I
hate this behaviour. Sometimes ReSharper crashes VS.NET and I lose my
changes. I'm posting this message after crashing my VS.NET second time on
this day (only 2 hours at work :( ). I like many ReSharper features but
for solutions containing more items it's very annoying. So I'd like to see
feature which allows me press some key to trigger code analysis only when
needed - I'd like to keep my VS.NET live as long as possible without any
crash, also I'd like to leave my memory free as much as possible.

>

Anyway, I'm suffering three major bugs:
- sometimes long time hangs during typing (even in comments !)
- ReSharper crashing (and then VS.NET) when code analysis is done
- a lot of memory consumption



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Ctrl-8 doesn't work. My keyboard schema is default ReSharper schema and I cannot find any command which allows my to enable/disable this. I cannot find any command assigned to Ctrl-8

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Action is called ReSharperAddIn2005.EnableDaemon

Please note that the shortcut is Ctrl-8, but not Ctrl-F8

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Eugene Pasynkov
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"Develop with pleasure!"
"Rafa?? Grzybowski" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Ctrl-8 doesn't work. My keyboard schema is default ReSharper schema and I
cannot find any command which allows my to enable/disable this. I cannot
find any command assigned to Ctrl-8



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ReSharperAddIn2005.EnableDaemon ???
I've VS.NET 2003 and ReSharper 1.5.164.4

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Oops :(
ReSharper 1.5 doesn't allow to switch highlgihting for single file.

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Eugene Pasynkov
Developer
JetBrains, Inc
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"Develop with pleasure!"
"Rafal? Grzybowski" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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ReSharperAddIn2005.EnableDaemon ???
I've VS.NET 2003 and ReSharper 1.5.164.4



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