Hide Advanced Members.

I think this was a nice feature of VS, and I can't believe I never saw it to
propose it for ReSharper before v1.0.

Hiding Advanced members, if I am understanding it properly, is basically
hiding members that are not typically used.

for instance, if I declare an enum..

public enum MyEnum { EnumValue1, EnumValue2 }

well if I go to call MyEnum, I see the following members available...

MyEnum.Format( Type,object, string )
MyEnum.GetName(Type, object)

and so on ...when all I'm really concerned with is
EnumValue1 and EnumValue2 ...

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