Bugs in Optimize library references feature

I found two bugs related to "Optimize library references"
When I open the dialog "optimize library references" and there are like three unused libraries, I select one, delete, then I select the second one and delete, it asks me every time that there was change in library tree, reload? There was only one change, when I previously removed the first unused reference. In this case there should not be such warning.

Second error, when I removed unused reference to System.Core in Windows Phone Silverlight project, and I added it again using the standard add refernece dialog, it was not added - the list of references was same after clicking OK to add System.Core. Why?

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Hello Martin,

Regarding the problems you've mentioned:

1. This problem should be addressed in the next ReSharper 6.1 EAP build
2. Sometimes Visual Studio keeps an implicit reference to System.Core, so
it might not appear in the list of references.

Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I found two bugs related to "Optimize library references"

When I open the dialog "optimize library references" and there are
like three unused libraries, I select one, delete, then I select the
second one and delete, it asks me every time that there was change in
library tree, reload? There was only one change, when I previously
removed the first unused reference. In this case there should not be
such warning.

Second error, when I removed unused reference to System.Core in
Windows Phone Silverlight project, and I added it again using the
standard add refernece dialog, it was not added - the list of
references was same after clicking OK to add System.Core. Why?

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