Recently installed ver 4.0 (fresh install) on XP SP2 VS 2005 and functionality in Visual Studio where, as you step-through code in Debug mode, the current statement which the debugger is on gets highlighted...
(even when it's a piece of the current line - as in a line like "foreach (object o in collection)")
This functionality is broken... The current statment does nto highlight as it should, although the thin vertical bar indicating the current insert position moves around appropriately... Also, I notice that when the current Statement is a class name, as in a line like:
foreach(MyClassName refVar in MyClassNameColelction)
where Vsual Studio would normally highlight the word "MyClassName", (as the code steps through the internal enumerator), with Resharper installed, I notice that the foreground color of the word DOES Change from the cyan color (cause it's a defined class) to Black, (which is the default foreground color for Current Statement Highlight in Visual Studio Menu, "Tools | Fonts and colors | Current Statement"
As a test, I changed the foreground color there to see if that would affect at least the foreground text color, but it has no effect either.
If I uninstall Resharper, it comes back...
If I disable Resharper using tools, Addin Manager, the behavior is unaffected, (it is still broken)
I tried this on two different XP machines with same result.
Everything works fine on my Vista machine...
Any one else have this issue? If so, has anyone fixed it?
Edited by: charles bretana on Aug 22, 2008 1:58 AM