Keep losing Intellisense.

I've noticed with RS4 that Intellisense seems to be a bit flaky for some reason. Most times it works ok and on quite a few occasions it refuses to work. I never experienced that in 3.1 but it has become a bit of a problem for me in 4. I find if I close the solution and reopen it it generally comes right again. Is this a known problem? It's difficult to replicate.

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I've experienced this issue myself, and it's not limited to
intellisense--features such as "Go to "
stop working as well.

Mike

"Peter Hamilton-Scott" <no_replay@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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I've noticed with RS4 that Intellisense seems to be a bit flaky for some
reason. Most times it works ok and on quite a few occasions it refuses to
work. I never experienced that in 3.1 but it has become a bit of a problem
for me in 4. I find if I close the solution and reopen it it generally
comes right again. Is this a known problem? It's difficult to replicate.


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Same here, unloading and reloading Resharper from the Add-In menu also
works to fix it again, it's probably faster than closing and opening
your solution...

Wiebe

Mike Strobel wrote:

I've experienced this issue myself, and it's not limited to
intellisense--features such as "Go to [Type by name, Symbol by name,
etc.]" stop working as well.

Mike

"Peter Hamilton-Scott" <no_replay@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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>> I've noticed with RS4 that Intellisense seems to be a bit flaky for
>> some reason. Most times it works ok and on quite a few occasions it
>> refuses to work. I never experienced that in 3.1 but it has become a
>> bit of a problem for me in 4. I find if I close the solution and
>> reopen it it generally comes right again. Is this a known problem?
>> It's difficult to replicate.

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Peter,

Sometimes R# erroneously thinks that Visual Studio is not active, so all the
pop-up windows (intellisense, goto type/ file etc., generate, bulbs) stop
popping out. Switching to another application and back or minimizing and
maximizing VS window helps.

We are working on the problem, sorry for inconvenience.
--
Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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I've found that most of the time, Ctrl+Tabbing into a different document
within Visual Studio will do the job. This behavior seems disturbingly
common in VS2008 compared to R# 3.1 in VS2005, where I don't ever recall it
happening...

Mike

"Sergey V. Coox (JetBrains)" <qx@intellij.com> wrote in message
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Peter,

>

Sometimes R# erroneously thinks that Visual Studio is not active, so all
the pop-up windows (intellisense, goto type/ file etc., generate, bulbs)
stop popping out. Switching to another application and back or minimizing
and maximizing VS window helps.

>

We are working on the problem, sorry for inconvenience.
--
Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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