VB.Net and R#4 - Does it work with LINQ?

I'm encountering some very strange stuff with R# 4.

When I have some LINQ, specifically when I am using xml querying with LINQ and using Intellisense with an xml schema, if I insert a statement like:
Imports <xmlns:aw="urn:StraitonSoftware:Applications:SuperSec:Schemas:Repository">
Then R# immediatley decides that all other "Imports" statements before this are not needed, and normal ReSharper features do not work.
Is this what is supposed to happen?

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Hello hayrob,

Currently ReSharper doesn't support VB9, we are working on this.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


IR> I'm encountering some very strange stuff with R# 4.
IR>
IR> When I have some LINQ, specifically when I am using xml querying
IR> with LINQ and using Intellisense with an xml schema, if I insert a
IR> statement like:
IR>
IR> Imports
IR> <xmlns:aw="urn:StraitonSoftware:Applications:SuperSec:Schemas:Reposi
IR> tory">
IR>
IR> Then R# immediatley decides that all other "Imports" statements
IR> before this are not needed, and normal ReSharper features do not
IR> work.
IR>
IR> Is this what is supposed to happen?
IR>


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I understand that - looking forward to it happening..... but Resharper shouldn't collapse should it?

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