I understand that you can't necessarily cater to every feature request and that some bugs take time to resolve. Rather than forcing us to endure the bugs that slow us down rather than helping us write code faster, could you please at least provide an option to disable certain features?
CSS support - I use less.js (as do many others) and ReSharper falls flat on its face when trying to interpret these files as css.
Razor support - My main product has five (5) websites in the one solution, yet autocompletion merges together references from all of them and makes them available no matter where I am. It's fairly useless when creating a new website in that solution to type ID= and have it autocomplete with a list of css ID's from other websites.
I'm sure these bugs and others are in your pipeline to fix, but seeing as there are always going to be bugs and some of them are simply going to outweight the benefit provided by the feature as a whole, it would be really nice if I could just disable CSS and Razor support. I really only need the C# support in code files anyway. I know that I can exclude certain files and folders, but it means I need to keep going back to the settings every time I create a new location containing .less or .cshtml files. Simply turning off the feature would be much easier on me.
Alternatively, the file/folder exclusion feature should allow wildcards so that, for example, I can disable *.cshtml or *.less solution-wide, or just in a specific folder.