Visual Studio 2008 Russian and ReSharper 4.1 = Problem

1. In Visual Studio 2008 Russian ReSharper 4.1 badly works and brakes, and cannot correctly adjust an apportion of keys. This edition is officially supported?
2. Work ReSharpera depends on localisation Visual Studio 2008?

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Hello,

1. In Visual Studio 2008 Russian


Is there anyone really going to use THAT? %)

ReSharper 4.1 badly works and brakes,
and cannot correctly adjust an apportion of keys. This edition is
officially supported?


I believe it were not available by the R# release, so there were no pre-release
testing for the edition.

2. Work ReSharpera depends on localisation Visual Studio 2008?


It shouldn't, but it does somewhat. There're a few internal things Visual
Studio would have localized even though they should be (in my understanding)
language-neutral.


Serge Baltic
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It agree that usage of this edition of Studio seems amusing, but nevertheless as any qualitative product which without conditionally is R # should support (in my opinion) and this version. I understand that at the moment of development R # this version of Studio (which also without Service pack 1 which will be accessible only in first half of December) was unavailable. But support of this edition if they do not have problems with great and mighty Russian will would be desirable to think that from outside developers R #:)

Yours faithfully)

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It agree that usage of this edition of Studio seems amusing, but nevertheless as any qualitative product which without conditionally is R # should support (in my opinion) and this version. I understand that at the moment of development R # this version of Studio (which also without Service pack 1 which will be accessible only in first half of December) was unavailable. But support of this edition if they do not have problems with great and mighty Russian will would be desirable to think that from outside developers R #:)

Yours faithfully)

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