Emphasize immediate type members

Been using ReSharper since before 1.0 and I am STILL wondering what the above-mentioned option is for? (It's under "Code Completion", "Appearance".) Maybe I don't know what an "immediate type member" is...

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Have you noticed that some members in code completion list are emphasized
with bold font?
Imaging that you have a variable of class "Foo", you type its name then dot
and get completion list. Members that are declared in class Foo will be highlighted
in bold, members which are inherited from base classes of Foo will not be.

Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Been using ReSharper since before 1.0 and I am STILL wondering what
the above-mentioned option is for? (It's under "Code Completion",
"Appearance".) Maybe I don't know what an "immediate type member"
is...



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>Members that are declared in class Foo will be >highlighted in bold

makes sense - thanks for clarifying :)

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