[11493]VB intellisense issue

In Visual Studio 2008 i declare a variable

Private mPraemissen As AW70_StorageOptPraemissen.

when i assign a new instance to the variable intellisense behavior is different depending on how fast i type and how much code R# has to analyze.

If i type fast i get this result:

2011-11-09 10h22_51.png
if i type a little bit slower i get this result

2011-11-09 10h37_38.png
when i continue at this point with tab or space no intellisense popup for the constructor  is displayed. When pressing Ctrl-Space to get intellisense i get this result:

2011-11-09 10h39_48.png
I excpect the same behavior as in C# here (only the type of the variable is suggested):



I tried to disable the "Include keywords in completion list" to see if this causes the behavior, but nevertheless if the checkbox is checked or not R# suggests VB keywords. By the way, it's a pain to change R# options because every second to third time i try to open the dialog my VS instance crashes.


Regards
Klaus

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Hello Klaus,

Yes, this is a known problem: when you complete 'New' from the completion
list a new code completion window doesn't appear automatically and you should
start typing the constructor name for it to appear again. We'll try addressing
it in the future. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

In Visual Studio 2008 i declare a variable

Private mPraemissen As AW70_StorageOptPraemissen.

when i assign a new instance to the variable intellisense behavior is
different depending on how fast i type and how much code R# has to
analyze.

If i type fast i get this result:

Image:2011-11-09 10h22_51.png if i type a little bit slower i get
this result

Image:2011-11-09 10h37_38.png when i continue at this point with tab
or space no intellisense popup for the constructor  is displayed. When
pressing Ctrl-Space to get intellisense i get this result:

Image:2011-11-09 10h39_48.png I excpect the same behavior as in C#
here (only the type of the variable is suggested):

I tried to disable the "Include keywords in completion list" to see if
this causes the behavior, but nevertheless if the checkbox is checked
or not R# suggests VB keywords. By the way, it's a pain to change R#
options because every second to third time i try to open the dialog my
VS instance crashes.

Regards
Klaus
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