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Hello,

A couple of versions ago, a new region painting problem started to
appearing: the text is doubled! See attached image file.


Are you sure this is a ReSharper problem? For all that I know, we're not
painting any text in the text editor (just the squiggly underlines and matching
brace rectangles -- basically, that's all). Also, it's the first time I've
ever heard about such a thing. Could it possibly be attributed to some other
extension?

It's not impossible that R# is causing this after all -- by somehow affecting
Visual Studio's own painting, for instance. Not enough info, anyway.

Is the text under the collapsed region any special? Gray (redundant or unreachable)
code, for example?


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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Hi Serge,


This is happening every time I use VS 2010 and it started some R# versions  ago.

Could this be caused by another extension? I don't know but I don't think so. When I turn  this

feature off, everything works just OK.


I have just downloaded and installed the latest  version of R# ... now VS 2010 does not


even start!

I will remove  the program and do some testing again, and let you know of the  
results.

Thanks for your support.


Eduardo Quintana
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Hi Serge,

After rebooting my PC, VS 2010 is now working.

I have checked the problem with the lastest R# 6.0 build and it is still occurring. Please see attached image.

Which other programs ou plugins could be interferring with R# and causing such a problem?

In the previous version of R# it did nor happen and no new product or addin was added to my computer for a long time (since before this problem appered). That is why I deduced the bug is in your product.

Thanks for your support.

Eduardo Quintana



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Region error.png
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Hello,

I have checked the problem with the lastest R# 6.0 build and it is
still occurring. Please see attached image.


Hmm, an interesting screenshot. I cannot be 100% sure about the VS10 built-in
features of course (might have a few hidden gems), but what I see looks far
from default VS painting.

First of all, a normal expanded VS region looks like

#region Close ProgressBar and restore cursor

Notice the keyword "#region" here, and absence of any horizontal lines. Just
the text, even though specifically colored to denote it as a region. On the
screenshot, there're double and single horizontal lines. Same for the #endregion
directive also replaced with a line on this screenshot.

The orange vertical line connecting the curly braces also doesn't seem native
to Visual Studio. And neither of these effects is provided by R#.

On the collapsed region image (where the text is doubled), it seems that
one copy is coming from Visual Studio itself, and the other is painted by
that stranger extension providing fancy lines around the #region.

Which other programs ou plugins could be interferring with R# and
causing such a problem?


This is not a known issue (yet), so I cannot guess it right away. If you
turn all available VS extensions off one by one (not necessarily uninstalling,
just disabling) then we might know the one to provide the nonstandard painting.
As we know the extension name, we could investigate the issue by testing
its compatibility with ReSharper.

In the previous version of R# it did nor happen and no new product or
addin was added to my computer for a long time (since before this
problem appered). That is why I deduced the bug is in your product.


Might be a side-effect of R# presence, but I still don't have any clue.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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Dear Serge,

Please find attached a composite image with all that is installed in my VS2010.

Hope that helps.

Thanks for your support.

Eduardo Quintana



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VS2010 extensions.png
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Hello,

Please find attached a composite image with all that is installed in
my VS2010.

Hope that helps.


Oh, that's quite a number of extensions!

I'd hand this list to QA and they'd probably figure something out ... somewhen.
It would be of great help if you could narrow down the list to the extension
actually providing the non-standard #region presentation in the Visual Studio
text editor. That's the thing to test R# for compatibility with.


Serge Baltic
JetBrains, Inc — http://www.jetbrains.com
“Develop with pleasure!”


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