Clearing past Exceptions

There are a few exceptions I've ticked "do not show again" to, and now
rather than getting exceptions, VS.Net is just blowing up - sometimes I get
a "Report this to Microsoft" dialog, other times it just vaporises off by
desktop - but I have not had a Resharper exception dialog at all from 207 so
far.

Just wondered if there are exceptions I've chosen to ignore in the past that
eventually lead to VS.Net imploding... ?


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Hello Dean,

no, that's impossible. The checkbox on the exception report form affects
only the current
session.

Could you please try to press 'Debug' button on the MS error dialog, and
take a look at the state
of the process under debugger. If there are managed frames there, it would
help us to diagnose the problem.


Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

There are a few exceptions I've ticked "do not show again" to, and now
rather than getting exceptions, VS.Net is just blowing up - sometimes
I get a "Report this to Microsoft" dialog, other times it just
vaporises off by desktop - but I have not had a Resharper exception
dialog at all from 207 so far.

Just wondered if there are exceptions I've chosen to ignore in the
past that eventually lead to VS.Net imploding... ?



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It won't debug - at least it crashes the VS.Net debugger process as well!

Only glimmer of hope I have seen was an OutOfMemory exception, and it was
asking for the source to "WindowsHook.cs" which is one of your source
files... that's all the help I can give at this stage sorry.

Dino

"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hello Dean,

>

no, that's impossible. The checkbox on the exception report form affects
only the current
session.
Could you please try to press 'Debug' button on the MS error dialog, and
take a look at the state
of the process under debugger. If there are managed frames there, it would
help us to diagnose the problem.

>
>

Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

>
>> There are a few exceptions I've ticked "do not show again" to, and now
>> rather than getting exceptions, VS.Net is just blowing up - sometimes
>> I get a "Report this to Microsoft" dialog, other times it just
>> vaporises off by desktop - but I have not had a Resharper exception
>> dialog at all from 207 so far.
>>
>> Just wondered if there are exceptions I've chosen to ignore in the
>> past that eventually lead to VS.Net imploding... ?
>>
>



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