What is wrong with the "if" template?

Long term Resharper user, just recently started using 5.1 on VS 2010.

However the "if" template is driving me nuts every time I use it - there is some sort of behavioural change from earlier Resharper editions I am experiencing.

The problem is that if I type "if" and hit tab on a windows form class, the only intellisense autocompletion options I seem to get are names of methods/properties of that class. No local variables etc. So I either have to type the whole statement without any auto completion, or hit escape twice then move the cursor back up to the brackets of the if. Either way it sucks.

Any suggestions? Is there an option I need to turn on somewhere? Many thanks

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Hello Grant,

This seems to be a bug. I've filed a bug-report in our tracker: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-196704
and you're welcome to monitor its status.

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Long term Resharper user, just recently started using 5.1 on VS 2010.

However the "if" template is driving me nuts every time I use it -
there is some sort of behavioural change from earlier Resharper
editions I am experiencing.

The problem is that if I type "if" and hit tab on a windows form
class, the only intellisense autocompletion options I seem to get are
names of methods/properties of that class. No local variables etc. So
I either have to type the whole statement without any auto completion,
or hit escape twice then move the cursor back up to the brackets of
the if. Either way it sucks.

Any suggestions? Is there an option I need to turn on somewhere? Many
thanks

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Thanks for the reply, I suspected it might be a bug but thought others would have found it long before me!

Look forward to the fixed version.
Grant.

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