Just a little thing that has been bugging me for a while now. In the new resharper it seems that the action list light bulbs come up a lot more than in the old (1.5) version. Now in some cases that is good and I'm really happy with them but there are times when they annoy me.
For instance one of my settings is that resharper should always add braces to if statements. The problem is that the light bulb pops up when I have an if statement with one line in the then part and the suggestion is to remove the braces. That seems rather self defeating because on the next format they will come back.
Another one is that I set the warnings for the doc comments to indicate as error (because of my compiler settings). And then if I work on a doc comment and have an error the light bulb pops up asking if I want to turn that setting off. Well no thank you.
My main point is probably that I gotten to expect really useful things from the light bulb and not it second guessing my own settings. Also things like splitting declaration and initialization of a variable (try writing int i = 10;) is not very useful and it's fairly easy to do myself. So is there a way to return the usefulness of the light bulb by turning off all the annoying messages? Or maybe the jetbrains guys can make the messages more consistent with the settings (even if that is for a next version of Resharper).
Anyway thanks for listing to me rant.