Highlighting isn't working on lines with an error. For example, in the
statement "undeclared = 4;" I should see "undeclared" in red or with a red
squiggly underline if the variable isn't declared but it remains black.
I had ReSharper create a method in an empty class by placing the cursor over
the method name, pressing Alt+Enter, and selecting create method. After
ReSharper created the method, I changed its return type from
SomeLongClassName to ShortName and cursor movement became somewhat odd. When
pressing Ctrl+Right Arrow to move to the next word, ReSharper positioned the
cursor based on the previous declaration instead of the current declaration.
was public SomeLongClass DoSomething(int var1, int var2)
now public Class DoSometh|ing(int var1|, in|t var2|)
where | indicates where ReSharper moves the cursor to when pressing
Actions that activate or open another window, such as moving a class to
separate file or renaming a public entity that causes changes in other
files, sometimes causes focus to be lost. What I mean is that I had
ReSharper move a class to its own file, but the newly created source code
window did not have the active focus. I had to manually click on the window
to set the focus.
Code completion with Intellisense is still broken. Even if I type the exact
name with the exact case, ReSharper still completes using a longer variation
of that name. For example, if I type Foo it completes with FooBlah even
though Foo is an exact match.