1. Auto-complete behavior is changed. You start typing "private" and there is no more automatic drop down list with selection. You have to press Ctrl-Space now, why??? what was wron with the standard VS way?
2. Right click a method name. What is the great idea behind changing the standard VS context menu item text "Find All References" with "Find Usages"?!
3. Right click a method name. What is the great idea behind changing the standard VS context menu item text "Go to Definition" with "Go to Declaration" when in fact in C# you can not have a method declaration separated from its definition.
4. Why do you think by default R# should suggest convert
byte a = new byte
to "Implicitly Typed Local Variables" like
var a = new byte
Do you think it's a good idea to use Implicitly Typed Local Variables everywhere? Read MS comments on that, the main idea was to use it in LINQ to avoid having data holder types.
5. Code sample:
d = Foo();
if (d < DateTime.Now)
Why do you think it's a good idea to move declaration of "d" inside the while loop? Do you think it's more effective allocating DateTime structure on stack gazilion of times?