Make Exception Reporting Non-Modal

It takes significant amount of time to report exceptions to your tracking database. Why is that dialogue modal? People would report a lot more exceptions if they didn't have to wait for it to be sent.

Edited by: John Opincar on May 9, 2008 9:11 PM

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It takes significant amount of time to report exceptions to your
tracking database. Why is that dialogue modal? People would report a
lot more exceptions if they didn't have to wait for it to be sent.

Edited by: John Opincar on May 9, 2008 9:11 PM


+1 !


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It would also make it easier to cut/paste the offending code/template into the report, which would encourage users to give larger descriptions of what was going on when the problem occured.

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sorry for bringing this thread back to live, but is it possible to disable Resharpers "Unhandled Exception" window in the VS 2008? This window still popups even when I everytime check the checkbox "Dont show this exception again"?

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I am not going to tell you how to use your environment but IMHO if you are
using the EAP's you should report all exceptions instead of ignoring them.

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Gabriel Lozano-Moran

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sorry for bringing this thread back to live, but is it possible to disable
Resharpers "Unhandled Exception" window in the VS 2008? This window still
popups even when I everytime check the checkbox "Dont show this exception
again"?



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true, but if that dialog popus every minute saying that an exception just occurs it becomes quite annoying :)
and the checbox "Dont show this exception again" does its job, but if I restart VS all those 'ignored' exceptions are raised again, does not matter that I reported them in previous VS session and checked that checkbox

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