Intellisense dropdowns don't go away..

In build 80, is you get an autocomplete dropdown, and then scroll to sowhere else and start to type,
dropdown stays visible. Right now I have two of them hanging on my screen. Is there a way to get rid of them
without closing the app?
thanks,
-j

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Sorry, but there is no way to hide the form except reopening the
application. This bug was reintroduced in build 80 and is already fixed.
Meanwhile in build 80 the only way is to avoid using the mouse in completion
form.

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"jjooee" <jjooeeN_0_S_P_A_M@machak.com> wrote in message
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In build 80, is you get an autocomplete dropdown, and then scroll to sowhere
else and start to type,
dropdown stays visible. Right now I have two of them hanging on my screen.
Is there a way to get rid of them
without closing the app?
thanks,
-j


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Hit tab. I think esc might work too but I don't remember.

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Hit tab. I think esc might work too but I don't remember.


as Andrey stated, you can hit anything you like, restarting app is only viable option..
-j



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jjooee wrote:
>>Hit tab. I think esc might work too but I don't remember.


as Andrey stated, you can hit anything you like, restarting app is only viable option..


I had this occur again today, and I right-clicked on the popup and then
pressed Esc. It went away. Perhaps that's a workaround for this bug for now.

-=Straxus=-

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"David Spade"

jjooee wrote:

>>>Hit tab. I think esc might work too but I don't remember.
>>
>> as Andrey stated, you can hit anything you like, restarting app is only viable option..


I had this occur again today, and I right-clicked on the popup and then
pressed Esc. It went away. Perhaps that's a workaround for this bug for now.


I was foolish enough to try, but it doesn't work..when you do that you'll occasionally get:

ApplicationException: An internal error has occurred:
Details:
at JetBrains.ReSharper.Util.Logger.LogError(String message)
at JetBrains.ReSharper.Shell.MyTraceListener.Fail(String message, String detailMessage) in C:\TEMP\tmp1245.tmp\src\Services\shell\ShellBase.cs:line 129
at System.Diagnostics.TraceInternal.Fail(String message, String detailMessage)
at System.Diagnostics.TraceInternal.Assert(Boolean condition)
at System.Diagnostics.Debug.Assert(Boolean condition)
at JetBrains.ReSharper.CodeInsight.Editor.Actions.CodeCompletionHighlightingTracker..ctor(ICodeCompletionContext completionContext, ILookupItem lookupItem) in C:\TEMP\tmp1245.tmp\src\Services\codeInsight\editor\actions\codeCompletion\CodeCompletionHighlightingTracker.cs:line 25
at ReSharper.LookupForm.AddHighlighting() in C:\TEMP\tmp1245.tmp\src\ReSharper\actionsUI\CodeCompletion\LookupForm.cs:line 697
at ReSharper.LookupForm.HandleSelectedIndexChanged() in C:\TEMP\tmp1245.tmp\src\ReSharper\actionsUI\CodeCompletion\LookupForm.cs:line 482
at ReSharper.ListForm.myListBox_SelectedIndexChanged(Object sender, EventArgs args) in C:\TEMP\tmp1245.tmp\src\ReSharper\actionsUI\ListForm.cs:line 832

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