Build 80 Changes: Options. ReSharper options moved into separate dialog.

Hi.

I think I don't like the new feature that the ReSharper Options moved into a
separate dialog. I prefer the old way, where all IDE settings are done at a
single place.

Regards,
Thomas


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I think I don't like the new feature that the ReSharper Options moved into a
separate dialog. I prefer the old way, where all IDE settings are done at a
single place.


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I like it this way.
I would even like, if it's easy to do, to move shortcut settings to resharper options as wel.
-j

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I agree that moving ReSharper options to separate menu item may seem
unpleasant. But it had to be done due to a number of user interface problems
that arose from hosting options in standard place (for instance, the VS
options pane is simply too small:). Thus, it was a choice between two evils.
Though some people as you see think that things became even better than they
were.

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Andrey Simanovsky
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"



"Thomas Freudenberg" <jetbrains@thomasfreudenberg.com> wrote in message
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Hi.

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I think I don't like the new feature that the ReSharper Options moved into

a

separate dialog. I prefer the old way, where all IDE settings are done at

a

single place.

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Regards,
Thomas

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It would be nice if the new Options window could remember its size. I made it larger so I could see the example layout but when I reopened the options, it was back to the small size again.

Also, the splitter bar between the property window and the example layout on the Code Formatting and Spaces tabs should be draggable/resizable.

Adrian

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