VS2008 Element Coloration Issue

I have been using R# for VS2005 for a long, but we recently converted all
development to VS2008.

I can not remember if in the past VS2008 showed this behaviour, but
currently the color set for "Resharper Type Identifier" completely overrides
the VS settings for "User Types (*)". While I completely love most of the
overrides that R# provides, this is a problem. One of the items that I have
always liked is to have the coloration for different user types - it helps
greatly in determining that I am using the correct type.

Is this the expected behaviour now?


2 comments

Hello,

I can not remember if in the past VS2008 showed this behaviour, but
currently the color set for "Resharper Type Identifier" completely
overrides the VS settings for "User Types (*)". While I completely
love most of the overrides that R# provides, this is a problem. One
of the items that I have always liked is to have the coloration for
different user types - it helps greatly in determining that I am using
the correct type.


If there're no separate R# color entries for the desired colors, then it
is not possible to configure the highlightings this way.

You can turn off "Color Identifiers" in R# Options, and solely use Visual
Studio coloring for user types and all the other things.


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


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There's been an open JIRA on this for a while:

http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-58129

--Oren

"Serge Baltic" <baltic@intellij.net> wrote in message
news:dc0986bf143ef88cbda04eade9b95@news.intellij.net...

Hello,

>
>> I can not remember if in the past VS2008 showed this behaviour, but
>> currently the color set for "Resharper Type Identifier" completely
>> overrides the VS settings for "User Types (*)". While I completely
>> love most of the overrides that R# provides, this is a problem. One
>> of the items that I have always liked is to have the coloration for
>> different user types - it helps greatly in determining that I am using
>> the correct type.
>

If there're no separate R# color entries for the desired colors, then it
is not possible to configure the highlightings this way.

>

You can turn off "Color Identifiers" in R# Options, and solely use Visual
Studio coloring for user types and all the other things.

>


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

>


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