Parenthese completion 1259.0

In v. 1259.0 when you type the opening parentheses, R# automatically closes
it and places the cursor outside the closed parentheses: new
TradingPosition() _cursor here, instead of new TradingPosition( _cursor
here).

This is completely different to previous behaviour and is driving me nuts.
Is there any way to get it back to the old behaviour?

Thanks
Jeremy



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I'm also having this problem... assuming it will be fixed in the next
release or two?

"Jeremy Holt" <jholt@nospam_amberwoodtrading.com> wrote in message
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In v. 1259.0 when you type the opening parentheses, R# automatically
closes it and places the cursor outside the closed parentheses: new
TradingPosition() _cursor here, instead of new TradingPosition( _cursor
here).

>

This is completely different to previous behaviour and is driving me nuts.
Is there any way to get it back to the old behaviour?

>

Thanks
Jeremy

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I also saw this behavior in 1259. I believe it was also in 1258 because I had to go back to 1257. I just installed 1260 and it has not been fixed. I'll be going back to 1257 again.

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Its still there in 1260

"Jeremy Holt" <jholt@nospam_amberwoodtrading.com> wrote in message
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In v. 1259.0 when you type the opening parentheses, R# automatically
closes it and places the cursor outside the closed parentheses: new
TradingPosition() _cursor here, instead of new TradingPosition( _cursor
here).

>

This is completely different to previous behaviour and is driving me nuts.
Is there any way to get it back to the old behaviour?

>

Thanks
Jeremy

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Hello,

We've identified the problem, and it will be fixed in one of the following
builds.


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Great - thanks.

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Hello,

>

We've identified the problem, and it will be fixed in one of the following
builds.

>


Serge Baltic
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Fixed for me in 1261! Thanks.

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On 30.06.2009 12:41, Brian Scott wrote:

Fixed for me in 1261! Thanks.


hmm - not quite. I just installed 1262 and even though the cursor is
being placed inside the parenthese the macro-block of my live-template
is no "selected" and thus not being overwritten when I type :(

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If I type Style.Setters.Add(new Set{ I expect R# to complete
Setter from "Set" and then provide the closing }. However, I get
Style.Setters.Add(new Se t t er{} note the spaces that get inserted. I
have only noticed it when typing exactly this phrase. Its not the end of the
world though and the behaviour is so much better now that you have
corrected it in 1261.

"Henning Eiben" <eiben@busitec.de> wrote in message
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On 30.06.2009 12:41, Brian Scott wrote:

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>> Fixed for me in 1261! Thanks.
>

hmm - not quite. I just installed 1262 and even though the cursor is
being placed inside the parenthese the macro-block of my live-template
is no "selected" and thus not being overwritten when I type :(

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Hello,

If I type Style.Setters.Add(new Set{ I expect R# to
complete Setter from "Set" and then provide the closing }. However, I
get Style.Setters.Add(new Se t t er{} note the spaces that get
inserted. I have only noticed it when typing exactly this phrase. Its
not the end of the world though and the behaviour is so much better
now that you have corrected it in 1261.


There're a few problems with interaction between Visual Studio's placing
the caret on text changes and our own caret movements. We'll try to catch
as many cases as possible.


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


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