V2003 - VS2005 R# settings conflict

We're still using both versions of VS and hence both versions of R#.

After using VS2005, when I restart VS2003, highlighting gets turned off, along with intellisense. So each time after running VS2005 I have to reset these options in VS2003 R#.

Also, build 266 for VS2003 has horribly slow typing on ascx pages, I went back to 265 which works fine.

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Hello alastair,

settings for VS 2003 and VS 2005 are stored in the same file (UserSettings.xml
in your user directory). This is by design,
so if you have conflicting values for some settings, it's not a surprise
that a problem will arise.

Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


We're still using both versions of VS and hence both versions of R#.

After using VS2005, when I restart VS2003, highlighting gets turned
off, along with intellisense. So each time after running VS2005 I have
to reset these options in VS2003 R#.

Also, build 266 for VS2003 has horribly slow typing on ascx pages, I
went back to 265 which works fine.



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Which build of ReSharper do you use for VS2005?

Valentin Kipiatkov
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JetBrains, Inc
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"Develop with pleasure!"

We're still using both versions of VS and hence both versions of R#.

After using VS2005, when I restart VS2003, highlighting gets turned
off, along with intellisense. So each time after running VS2005 I have
to reset these options in VS2003 R#.

Also, build 266 for VS2003 has horribly slow typing on ascx pages, I
went back to 265 which works fine.



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Currently using nightly build 319. If I remember correctly, this only started occuring when using 2.5

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Also, build 266 for VS2003 has horribly slow typing on ask pages, I went
back to 265 which works fine.

Is it slow in ask files only? Does it work normally in .aspx files?
Could you recall, what have You typed when noticed significant slowdown?

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