Auto-open File Structure?

I love the File Structure view, but I hate having to always open it
myself. Is there an option to set somewhere to have R# always open it on
startup? If not, can I put a request for one?

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Hello Chris,

in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility state and
restore on the next startup. Could you please try the following:

1) Close all instances of VS
2) Launch a new instance of VS
3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
4) Close the VS
5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure view is visible
when you open a solution

Does this sequence work for you?


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


I love the File Structure view, but I hate having to always open it
myself. Is there an option to set somewhere to have R# always open it
on startup? If not, can I put a request for one?



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Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:

Hello Chris,

in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility state
and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the following:

1) Close all instances of VS
2) Launch a new instance of VS
3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
4) Close the VS
5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure view is
visible when you open a solution

Does this sequence work for you?


Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears with
the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET, restart,
and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere else. And if I
re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View / Macro Explorer.

I'm running build 259.

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Chris Morris schrieb:

I'm running build 259.


Maybe you should update to 266 (V2.0.2)

http://www.jetbrains.com/resharper/download/index.html

Regards

Albert

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Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version ReSharper
tool windows didn't correctly
persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known issue. I
recommend that you upgrade
to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along with
many other issue) was fixed:

http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download

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


Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:

>> Hello Chris,
>>
>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>> following:
>>
>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>> 4) Close the VS
>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure view
>> is
>> visible when you open a solution
>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>

Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View /
Macro Explorer.

I'm running build 259.



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Hello Dmitry,

I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does re-open
with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether it was docked
during the last shutdown or not.

Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
ReSharper
tool windows didn't correctly
persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
issue. I
recommend that you upgrade
to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along
with
many other issue) was fixed:
http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download

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

>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>
>>> Hello Chris,
>>>
>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>> following:
>>>
>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>> 4) Close the VS
>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure view
>>> is
>>> visible when you open a solution
>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View /
>> Macro Explorer.
>>
>> I'm running build 259.
>>


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Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:

Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
ReSharper tool windows didn't correctly
persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known issue.
I recommend that you upgrade
to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along
with many other issue) was fixed:


Is it fixed with 2.0.2, as Albert posted?

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Also, using 2.5/213 while the file structure window does re-open with VS
start, it does not display any data when VS loads the last opened
solution. To get it to display the structure of the active tab it must
be closed and re-opened. At time it even needs VS to be restarted with
the file structure window closed to cause it to display any data.
Cheers
JG

Matthew Moody wrote:

Hello Dmitry,

I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does
re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether it
was docked during the last shutdown or not.

>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>> ReSharper
>> tool windows didn't correctly
>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>> issue. I
>> recommend that you upgrade
>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along
>> with
>> many other issue) was fixed:
>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>
>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>> JetBrains, Inc
>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>
>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>>> following:
>>>>
>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure view
>>>> is
>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View /
>>> Macro Explorer.
>>>
>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>


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Sorry, 312 not 213, juxtaposing digits again. I have noticed this second
condition as well, only the most recent time I restated VS the File Structur
window did populate, so this will probably be a little difficult to nail
down.

Also, using 2.5/213 while the file structure window does re-open with
VS
start, it does not display any data when VS loads the last opened
solution. To get it to display the structure of the active tab it
must
be closed and re-opened. At time it even needs VS to be restarted
with
the file structure window closed to cause it to display any data.
Cheers
JG
Matthew Moody wrote:

>> Hello Dmitry,
>>
>> I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does
>> re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether
>> it was docked during the last shutdown or not.
>>
>>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>>> ReSharper
>>> tool windows didn't correctly
>>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>>> issue. I
>>> recommend that you upgrade
>>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along
>>> with
>>> many other issue) was fixed:
>>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>>
>>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>>>> following:
>>>>>
>>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure
>>>>> view
>>>>> is
>>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>>>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>>>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>>>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View /
>>>> Macro Explorer.
>>>>
>>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>>


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No. The fix required major changes that were (and won't be) not done in 2.0.x.


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


Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:

>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>> ReSharper tool windows didn't correctly
>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>> issue.
>> I recommend that you upgrade
>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along
>> with many other issue) was fixed:

Is it fixed with 2.0.2, as Albert posted?



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Hello Matthew,

could you please repeat the experiment I suggested to Chris in a post above?
Is docking state persisted?
Thanks.


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


Hello Dmitry,

I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does
re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether it
was docked during the last shutdown or not.

>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>> ReSharper
>> tool windows didn't correctly
>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>> issue. I
>> recommend that you upgrade
>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along
>> with
>> many other issue) was fixed:
>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>> JetBrains, Inc
>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>
>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>>> following:
>>>>
>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure view
>>>> is
>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View /
>>> Macro Explorer.
>>>
>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>


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Sorry - you're right! I meant 312!

Matthew Moody wrote:

Sorry, 312 not 213, juxtaposing digits again. I have noticed this second
condition as well, only the most recent time I restated VS the File
Structur window did populate, so this will probably be a little
difficult to nail down.

>> Also, using 2.5/213 while the file structure window does re-open with
>> VS
>> start, it does not display any data when VS loads the last opened
>> solution. To get it to display the structure of the active tab it
>> must
>> be closed and re-opened. At time it even needs VS to be restarted
>> with
>> the file structure window closed to cause it to display any data.
>> Cheers
>> JG
>> Matthew Moody wrote:
>>
>>> Hello Dmitry,
>>>
>>> I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does
>>> re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether
>>> it was docked during the last shutdown or not.
>>>
>>>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>>>> ReSharper
>>>> tool windows didn't correctly
>>>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>>>> issue. I
>>>> recommend that you upgrade
>>>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along
>>>> with
>>>> many other issue) was fixed:
>>>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>>>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>>>>> following:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure
>>>>>> view
>>>>>> is
>>>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>>>>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>>>>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>>>>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View /
>>>>> Macro Explorer.
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>>>


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Hello Dmitry,

Actually, I had just done so, prior to posting, just to verify my memory.

Hello Matthew,

could you please repeat the experiment I suggested to Chris in a post
above? Is docking state persisted? Thanks.

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

>> Hello Dmitry,
>>
>> I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does
>> re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether
>> it was docked during the last shutdown or not.
>>
>>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>>> ReSharper
>>> tool windows didn't correctly
>>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>>> issue. I
>>> recommend that you upgrade
>>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along
>>> with
>>> many other issue) was fixed:
>>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>>
>>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>>>> following:
>>>>>
>>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure
>>>>> view
>>>>> is
>>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>>>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>>>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>>>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View /
>>>> Macro Explorer.
>>>>
>>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>>


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Hello Matthew,

so where does the file structure window appear when you start VS the next
time? I mean does it position resemble the one in the docked state?
Also, a couple of screenshots illustrating tool window layout on the first
and the next VS launch would be very helpful, because for me the experiment
runs just fine. Thanks.


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


Hello Dmitry,

Actually, I had just done so, prior to posting, just to verify my
memory.

>> Hello Matthew,
>>
>> could you please repeat the experiment I suggested to Chris in a post
>> above? Is docking state persisted? Thanks.
>>
>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>> JetBrains, Inc
>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>> Hello Dmitry,
>>>
>>> I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does
>>> re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether
>>> it was docked during the last shutdown or not.
>>>
>>>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>>>> ReSharper
>>>> tool windows didn't correctly
>>>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>>>> issue. I
>>>> recommend that you upgrade
>>>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem
>>>> (along
>>>> with
>>>> many other issue) was fixed:
>>>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>>>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>>>>> following:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure
>>>>>> view
>>>>>> is
>>>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>>>>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>>>>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>>>>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View
>>>>> / Macro Explorer.
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>>>


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Dimitry,

Attached are 3 screenshots (build 313)
- After opening a solution the window floats in the middle of the screen (even partly outside my VS window)
- After docking it in the editor window the file structure window remains empty.
- After unpinning and pinning it again, the window is filled correctly. (This solution of resyncing/rebirthing already works in 2.0 and is faster than closing/reopening)

Regards,
Erwin



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After Opening Solution.jpg
After Docking.jpg
After Unpinning And Pinning.jpg
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Hello Erwin,

that's really odd. It looks like File Structure appears in the default position
each time you start VS, and it's definitely shouldn't happen.
Does the same problem happen to other ReSharper tool windows? Thanks.


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


Dimitry,

Attached are 3 screenshots (build 313)

- After opening a solution the window floats in the middle of the
screen (even partly outside my VS window)

- After docking it in the editor window the file structure window
remains empty.

- After unpinning and pinning it again, the window is filled
correctly. (This solution of resyncing/rebirthing already works in 2.0
and is faster than closing/reopening)

Regards,
Erwin



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When the File Structure window is blank, you can get it to populate by
resizing it. A little easier than closing and re-opening it.

---
Richard

"John Good" <good.john@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:el1ul3$kfa$1@is.intellij.net...

Also, using 2.5/213 while the file structure window does re-open with VS
start, it does not display any data when VS loads the last opened
solution. To get it to display the structure of the active tab it must be
closed and re-opened. At time it even needs VS to be restarted with the
file structure window closed to cause it to display any data.
Cheers
JG

>

Matthew Moody wrote:

>> Hello Dmitry,
>>
>> I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does
>> re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether it
>> was docked during the last shutdown or not.
>>
>>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>>> ReSharper
>>> tool windows didn't correctly
>>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>>> issue. I
>>> recommend that you upgrade
>>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem (along
>>> with
>>> many other issue) was fixed:
>>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>>
>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>>
>>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>>>> following:
>>>>>
>>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure view
>>>>> is
>>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>>>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>>>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>>>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View /
>>>> Macro Explorer.
>>>>
>>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>>
>>

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Hello Richard,

How do you resize it when it is docked?

When the File Structure window is blank, you can get it to populate by
resizing it. A little easier than closing and re-opening it.

---
Richard
"John Good" <good.john@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:el1ul3$kfa$1@is.intellij.net...

>> Also, using 2.5/213 while the file structure window does re-open with
>> VS
>> start, it does not display any data when VS loads the last opened
>> solution. To get it to display the structure of the active tab it
>> must be
>> closed and re-opened. At time it even needs VS to be restarted with
>> the
>> file structure window closed to cause it to display any data.
>> Cheers
>> JG
>> Matthew Moody wrote:
>>
>>> Hello Dmitry,
>>>
>>> I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does
>>> re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether
>>> it was docked during the last shutdown or not.
>>>
>>>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>>>> ReSharper
>>>> tool windows didn't correctly
>>>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>>>> issue. I
>>>> recommend that you upgrade
>>>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem
>>>> (along
>>>> with
>>>> many other issue) was fixed:
>>>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>>>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>>>>> following:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure
>>>>>> view
>>>>>> is
>>>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>>>>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>>>>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>>>>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View
>>>>> / Macro Explorer.
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>>>


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Resize the width of the column, or the height of the row, it is docked in.

---
Richard

"Matthew Moody" <mgmoody@nospam.com> wrote in message
news:987a13602e6f08c8e66c3842cab4@news.jetbrains.com...

Hello Richard,

>

How do you resize it when it is docked?

>
>> When the File Structure window is blank, you can get it to populate by
>> resizing it. A little easier than closing and re-opening it.
>>
>> ---
>> Richard
>> "John Good" <good.john@gmail.com> wrote in message
>> news:el1ul3$kfa$1@is.intellij.net...
>>
>>> Also, using 2.5/213 while the file structure window does re-open with
>>> VS
>>> start, it does not display any data when VS loads the last opened
>>> solution. To get it to display the structure of the active tab it
>>> must be
>>> closed and re-opened. At time it even needs VS to be restarted with
>>> the
>>> file structure window closed to cause it to display any data.
>>> Cheers
>>> JG
>>> Matthew Moody wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello Dmitry,
>>>>
>>>> I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window does
>>>> re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e. whether
>>>> it was docked during the last shutdown or not.
>>>>
>>>>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>>>>> ReSharper
>>>>> tool windows didn't correctly
>>>>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>>>>> issue. I
>>>>> recommend that you upgrade
>>>>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem
>>>>> (along
>>>>> with
>>>>> many other issue) was fixed:
>>>>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its visibility
>>>>>>> state and restore on the next startup. Could you please try the
>>>>>>> following:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure
>>>>>>> view
>>>>>>> is
>>>>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>>>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it appears
>>>>>> with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut down VS.NET,
>>>>>> restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't see it anywhere
>>>>>> else. And if I re-open it manually, it re-appears with Class View
>>>>>> / Macro Explorer.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>>>>
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Hello Richard,

Sorry, cranial flatulence. Still, I should not have to resort to such mouse/keyboard
gymnastics to re-dock and view the contents on startup.

Resize the width of the column, or the height of the row, it is docked
in.

---
Richard
"Matthew Moody" <mgmoody@nospam.com> wrote in message
news:987a13602e6f08c8e66c3842cab4@news.jetbrains.com...

>> Hello Richard,
>>
>> How do you resize it when it is docked?
>>
>>> When the File Structure window is blank, you can get it to populate
>>> by resizing it. A little easier than closing and re-opening it.
>>>
>>> ---
>>> Richard
>>> "John Good" <good.john@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>> news:el1ul3$kfa$1@is.intellij.net...
>>>> Also, using 2.5/213 while the file structure window does re-open
>>>> with
>>>> VS
>>>> start, it does not display any data when VS loads the last opened
>>>> solution. To get it to display the structure of the active tab it
>>>> must be
>>>> closed and re-opened. At time it even needs VS to be restarted
>>>> with
>>>> the
>>>> file structure window closed to cause it to display any data.
>>>> Cheers
>>>> JG
>>>> Matthew Moody wrote:
>>>>> Hello Dmitry,
>>>>>
>>>>> I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window
>>>>> does re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e.
>>>>> whether it was docked during the last shutdown or not.
>>>>>
>>>>>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>>>>>> ReSharper
>>>>>> tool windows didn't correctly
>>>>>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>>>>>> issue. I
>>>>>> recommend that you upgrade
>>>>>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem
>>>>>> (along
>>>>>> with
>>>>>> many other issue) was fixed:
>>>>>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>>>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>>>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>>>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its
>>>>>>>> visibility state and restore on the next startup. Could you
>>>>>>>> please try the following:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>>>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>>>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>>>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>>>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure
>>>>>>>> view
>>>>>>>> is
>>>>>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>>>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>>>>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it
>>>>>>> appears with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut
>>>>>>> down VS.NET, restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't
>>>>>>> see it anywhere else. And if I re-open it manually, it
>>>>>>> re-appears with Class View / Macro Explorer.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>>>>>


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No, of course not.

I was just pointing out a workaround that requires less steps than closing
and re-opening the window.

---
Richard


"Matthew Moody" <mgmoody@nospam.com> wrote in message
news:987a13602e78a8c8e67e6a703b04@news.jetbrains.com...

Hello Richard,

>

Sorry, cranial flatulence. Still, I should not have to resort to such
mouse/keyboard gymnastics to re-dock and view the contents on startup.

>
>> Resize the width of the column, or the height of the row, it is docked
>> in.
>>
>> ---
>> Richard
>> "Matthew Moody" <mgmoody@nospam.com> wrote in message
>> news:987a13602e6f08c8e66c3842cab4@news.jetbrains.com...
>>
>>> Hello Richard,
>>>
>>> How do you resize it when it is docked?
>>>
>>>> When the File Structure window is blank, you can get it to populate
>>>> by resizing it. A little easier than closing and re-opening it.
>>>>
>>>> ---
>>>> Richard
>>>> "John Good" <good.john@gmail.com> wrote in message
>>>> news:el1ul3$kfa$1@is.intellij.net...
>>>>> Also, using 2.5/213 while the file structure window does re-open
>>>>> with
>>>>> VS
>>>>> start, it does not display any data when VS loads the last opened
>>>>> solution. To get it to display the structure of the active tab it
>>>>> must be
>>>>> closed and re-opened. At time it even needs VS to be restarted
>>>>> with
>>>>> the
>>>>> file structure window closed to cause it to display any data.
>>>>> Cheers
>>>>> JG
>>>>> Matthew Moody wrote:
>>>>>> Hello Dmitry,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'm using 2.5 build 213 and although the File Structure window
>>>>>> does re-open with VS start, it does not remember it's state i.e.
>>>>>> whether it was docked during the last shutdown or not.
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> Oh, I see now - you're running ReSharper 2.0.x. In that version
>>>>>>> ReSharper
>>>>>>> tool windows didn't correctly
>>>>>>> persist its visibility state and position, it used to be a known
>>>>>>> issue. I
>>>>>>> recommend that you upgrade
>>>>>>> to the current EAP builds of ReSharper 2.5 where this problem
>>>>>>> (along
>>>>>>> with
>>>>>>> many other issue) was fixed:
>>>>>>> http://www.jetbrains.net/confluence/display/ReSharper/Download
>>>>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
>>>>>>> JetBrains, Inc
>>>>>>> http://www.jetbrains.com
>>>>>>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>>>>>>> Dmitry Shaporenkov wrote:
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> Hello Chris,
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> in fact File Structure view window should remember its
>>>>>>>>> visibility state and restore on the next startup. Could you
>>>>>>>>> please try the following:
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> 1) Close all instances of VS
>>>>>>>>> 2) Launch a new instance of VS
>>>>>>>>> 3) Arrange File Structure view as you like it
>>>>>>>>> 4) Close the VS
>>>>>>>>> 5) Launch a new instance of VS and check if the File Structure
>>>>>>>>> view
>>>>>>>>> is
>>>>>>>>> visible when you open a solution
>>>>>>>>> Does this sequence work for you?
>>>>>>>> Nope. When I open the FS view from R# -> Windows -> FS, it
>>>>>>>> appears with the Class View and Macro Explorer views. I shut
>>>>>>>> down VS.NET, restart, and it's just not there anymore. I don't
>>>>>>>> see it anywhere else. And if I re-open it manually, it
>>>>>>>> re-appears with Class View / Macro Explorer.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> I'm running build 259.
>>>>>>>>
>
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Does the same problem happen to other ReSharper tool windows? Thanks.


No, as the screen shots may suggest, "Find Results" (Alt+F7) and "Type
hierarchy" stay docked in the tabbed area at the bottom. Only obvious
difference to me is that "File Structure" is not tabbed with other windows,
but has its own location

Regards,
Erwin


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