Alt-PgDown/Alt-PgUp in code behind of XAML (various)

Hi

Firstly I confess to having unistalled 2108 and returned to 5.1.3! But like the curious cat - installed 2109. Major improvement!

However .....

Pressing Alt-PgUp/PgDown in the code behind of XAML file takes you to the next issue in the XAML and not in the code - very very annoying, since I use Alt-PgDown then Alt-Enter to remove the fluff in the code behind (and any rubbish I've left in).

Please, please also fix RSRP-224317 wrongly reporting missing closing } in escaped StringFormat markup.

And while I'm whining, please, please put back the shortcuts to unittest_debug_context and unittest_run_context.

BIG PLUS - thanks to the new version I found out about d:DataContext="{d:DesignInstance etc}". I had no idea it exists - and with the latest version it now makes working in XAML infinitely easier. So now I can't uninstall the EAP longer :p - so I guess you've got one of your testers back again.

I would also just mention, that almost all of MY issues with intellisense appear to have been resolved.

Regards
Jeremy

 

            
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Hello Jeremy,

I couldn' reproduce the problem with Alt+PgUp/PgDn with the latest build.
Do you have solution-wide analysis turned on? As to the other issues you've
mentioned, we will fix them soon. Thank you!

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

Hi

Firstly I confess to having unistalled 2108 and returned to 5.1.3! But
like the curious cat - installed 2109. Major improvement!

However .....

Pressing Alt-PgUp/PgDown in the code behind of XAML file takes you to
the next issue in the XAML and not in the code - very very annoying,
since I use Alt-PgDown then Alt-Enter to remove the fluff in the code
behind (and any rubbish I've left in).

Please, please also fix
http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-224317 wrongly reporting
missing closing } in escaped StringFormat markup.

And while I'm whining, please, please put back the shortcuts to
unittest_debug_context and unittest_run_context.

BIG PLUS - thanks to the new version I found out about
d:DataContext="". I had no idea it exists - and
with the latest version it now makes working in XAML infinitely
easier. So now I can't uninstall the EAP longer

- so I guess you've got one of your testers back again.

I would also just mention, that almost all of MY issues with
intellisense appear to have been resolved.

Regards
Jeremy
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Hi Andrey

Yes - solution-wide analysis is turned on.

Regards
Jeremy

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