How to get the Intellisense of VS2005 Orcas and ReSharper 3.0 beta

I have VS2005 Orcas and ReSharper 3.0 beta. I understand that ReSharper doesn't yet understand .NET 3.5 (LINQ in particular) but ReSharper also prevents VS Orcas from using its own understanding of LINQ. Is there a way for ReSharper to allow VS Orcas to continue to offer suggestions in LINQ statements.

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"Larry Aultman" <laultman@syncpac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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Is there a way for ReSharper to allow VS Orcas to continue to offer
suggestions in LINQ statements.


Untestet, maybe you should use the Visual Studio Intellisense.

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Albert Weinert
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Using VS Intellisense then presupposes that ReSharper is removed, right? If not then my question is, how to benefit from ReSharper now and use VS Intellisense. If this is not possible then I will just wait on ReSharper to come out. ReSharper is at the top of my list of most useful additions to Visual Studio.

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"Larry Aultman" <laultman@syncpac.net> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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Using VS Intellisense then presupposes that ReSharper is removed, right?


No, there is an ReSharper Option.

If not then my question is, how to benefit from ReSharper now and use VS
Intellisense.
If this is not possible then I will just wait on ReSharper to > come out.
ReSharper is at the top of my list of most useful additions to Visual
Studio.


ReSharper is much more then a better Intellisense. I think the QuickFixes,
Refactoring etc. are also possible without ReSharper Intellisense.

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Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET

http://der-albert.com

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