ReSharer 2.0.266.2 + Visual Assist 10.2.1445.0 incorrect Shit+Ins behaviour

Hi All,
I have Visual Studio 2003 + SP1 installed with ReSharer 2.0.266.2 and Visual Assist 10.2.1445.0.
I got an incorrect Shit+Ins behaviour in some cases: after inserting the content of the clipboard, IDE moves the carriage marker (text cursor) to the beginning of the next line. Sometimes it moves the text cursor to several lines below.
I noticed that before moving the text cursor it highlights the text from the place of insertion to the place where the cursor will be moved.

The main required condition to reproduce this is that Visual Assist must be DISABLED through Visual Assit IDE menu (I do it wiht C# files to minimize the resources usage).

Does anybody have a clue why does this situation happen?
Is it a bug in ReSharper or Visual Assist?

Thanks in advance,
Nick

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Hello Nickolay,

do I understand you correctly that the problem happens when VA is disabled,
not enabled? Also, what happens
if you disable VA using the Tools|Add-In Manager, if it is possible?


Dmitry Shaporenkov
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Hi All,

I have Visual Studio 2003 + SP1 installed with ReSharer 2.0.266.2 and
Visual Assist 10.2.1445.0.

I got an incorrect Shit+Ins behaviour in some cases: after inserting
the content of the clipboard, IDE moves the carriage marker (text
cursor) to the beginning of the next line. Sometimes it moves the text
cursor to several lines below.

I noticed that before moving the text cursor it highlights the text
from the place of insertion to the place where the cursor will be
moved.

The main required condition to reproduce this is that Visual Assist
must be DISABLED through Visual Assit IDE menu (I do it wiht C# files
to minimize the resources usage).

Does anybody have a clue why does this situation happen? Is it a bug
in ReSharper or Visual Assist?

Thanks in advance,
Nick



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If VA is disabled, everyting goes smoothly.

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