XAML bugs in ReSharper 7

Hi,

I have an issue when editing XAML attributes. Almost everytime I insert an attribute, ReSharper "forgets" to add two quotes rendering the attribute like this:

<foo:Element bar={carret}"

One would then think that it just would be a matter of adding the quote and then typing the content of the attribute, but no. If I type a quote at the carrets position, it simply overwrites the existing like so:

<foo:Element bar="{carret}

This would be fine, except that I then get no intellisense for the attribute values (unless I press ctrl+alt+space, which I don't want to do every time).

Sometimes when I then close the attribute, ReSharper puts two quotes in end like this:

<foo:Element bar="AttributeValue"{carret}"

And sometimes when I add the missing quote from the beginning, it becomes this:

<foo:Element bar="{carret}"AttributeValue"


Could you please fix this??? It's really becoming a pain and the issue was not present in ReSharper 6.1


Thanks,
Kenneth

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Hello
     I'm afraid I wasn't able to reproduce this behavior. Could you please attach a small screencast that would demonstrate how you're entering an attribute and what exactly happens? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

Software Developer

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

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After I downgraded to ReSharper 6.1.1 the issue persists, which leads me to believe I have a corrupt installation.

Are there any procedures to do a complete clean of the installation?

Thanks

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Hello
     In order to perform a complete re-install try the following steps:
     1. Back up your ReSharper settings (through ReSharper | Manage Options...)
     2. Uninstall ReSharper
     3. Delete ReSharper installation folder from Program Files (if left) and ReSharper settings under %APPDATA%\Local\JetBrains
     4. Run Visual Studio (devenv.exe) with /setup command line key and wait for the process to finish
     5. Install ReSharper back.

     Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

Software Developer

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com


"Develop with pleasure!"

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