JavaScript intellisense

When i have R# intellisense i don't get any intellisense "options" when i type (example):

var myValue = document.getElementById('myTextBox').value;

but if I use Visual Studio 2012 intellisense i got everything in "options".

This is weird, R# has much better intellisense all languages that i used but in javascript it lacks features?



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Hello Frane
     I'm afraid I couldn't reproduce this behavior. Could you please check if this happens in any .js file and in any project or this behavior is limited to specific file/project? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

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yes it happens with every .js file.. I create new empty visual studio solution and just added sample.js

maybe plugins somehow influence on R#? i have these installed:

Plugins: 5
#1. GammaXaml v2.0.0.0 by “Julien Lebosquain”
#2. “JSLint for Resharper” v0.1.4591.14835 by “Lars-Erik Aabech”
#3. “StyleCop (4.7.35.0)” v4.7.1000.0 by http://stylecop.codeplex.com
#4. “Agent Johnson” v2.0.3.0 by “Jakob Christensen”
#5. “Agent Mulder plugin for ReSharper” v1.0.4.2 by “Igal Tabachnik”
Visual Studio 11.0.50727.1.

In screenshot first picture is with R# intellisense enabled and second is disabled ( using VS intellisense  )

EDIT: i tried to disable all plugins and test it, it's the same, so plugins does't matter

Message was edited by: Frane Crnjak



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Does anyone else has this problem? I reinstalled R# but it didn't help :(

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I just tried it with ReSharper 7 in Visual Studio 2012 and when I type domI
get a long list of items similar to the Visual Studio 2012 intellisense (do,
document, DocumentFragment, DocumentType, DOMError, etc.). I don't have any
ReSharper plug-ins installed, though.

"Frane Crnjak"  wrote in message
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yes it happens with every .js file.. I create new empty visual studio
solution and just added sample.js

maybe plugins somehow influence on R#? i have these installed:

Plugins: 5
#1. GammaXaml v2.0.0.0 by “Julien Lebosquain”
#2. “JSLint for Resharper” v0.1.4591.14835 by “Lars-Erik Aabech”
#3. “StyleCop (4.7.35.0)” v4.7.1000.0 by http://stylecop.codeplex.com
#4. “Agent Johnson” v2.0.3.0 by “Jakob Christensen”
#5. “Agent Mulder plugin for ReSharper” v1.0.4.2 by “Igal Tabachnik”
Visual Studio 11.0.50727.1.

In screenshot first picture is with R# intellisense enabled and second is
disabled ( using VS intellisense  )

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Original message URL: http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5466285#5466285

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Well i found what the problem is.. When i create new empty visual studio solution and add test.js to it i don't have R# intellisense, but when i create new MVC solution and add a test.js into scripts folder everything works fine :)

@Greg Law  thx for the info :)

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