Problem with introduce variable

I've a Results class with in Dialogs namespace. Whenever i've use 'introduce variable' on new Dialogs.Results()
it does following :
Results results = new Dialogs.Results()

Also takes code inbetween brakets {} :
{
Results results = new Dialogs.Results()
}

which actually should be as following :
Dialogs.Results results = new Dialogs.Results()

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Fatih,

The problem with correct type reference insertion is known and should be
fixed soon - we actually need some support from the core.

Regarding the unneccessary brackets - I cannot reproduce it on my build.
Could you send me more of the core where this happens?

Thank you,
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I've a Results class with in Dialogs namespace. Whenever i've use

'introduce variable' on new Dialogs.Results()

it does following :
Results results = new Dialogs.Results()

>

Also takes code inbetween brakets {} :
{
Results results = new Dialogs.Results()
}

>

which actually should be as following :
Dialogs.Results results = new Dialogs.Results()



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