Build 300 wipes color settings

Hi All

Just installed build 300 on my machine and everything seems to work fine except for 2 little things.
- The first time I started VS after the install of build 300 resharper had to restore the menu's (don't remember the exact settings) which took some time. In the end it all works fine but it had me worried for a bit
- The resharper color settings in the VS-options are missing. It seems that resharper remembered all my settings except that for the current line which reverted to the default ugly yellowish color. I assume everthing else reverted to the default too (with the note that I probably haven't changed things that much ;) ).

For the rest no nasty things happened. I like the new settings where you can indicate what the lightbulb can be used for and I'm puzzled by the 'Use Camel humps' setting and by the code inspection settings.

Regards Petrik

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Hello Patric,

Hi All

Just installed build 300 on my machine and everything seems to work
fine except for 2 little things.

- The first time I started VS after the install of build 300 resharper
had to restore the menu's (don't remember the exact settings) which
took some time. In the end it all works fine but it had me worried for
a bit


This is expected behavior. Actually, ReSharper does not restore menu on the
first start. ReSharper fills it for the first time. That takes awhile. Unfortunately,
ReSharper displays incorrect message about "restoring". We will address this
problem in future EAP builds.


- The resharper color settings in the VS-options are missing. It seems
that resharper remembered all my settings except that for the current
line which reverted to the default ugly yellowish color. I assume
everthing else reverted to the default too (with the note that I
probably haven't changed things that much ;) ).


We have received reports of that problem, however we have not succeeded in
fixing this problem.


For the rest no nasty things happened. I like the new settings where
you can indicate what the lightbulb can be used for and I'm puzzled by
the 'Use Camel humps' setting and by the code inspection settings.

"Use Camel humps" setting affects Ctrl+W and other actions that enlarge/shrink
selection. When the option is on upper-cased parts of words regarded as separate
items.


Regards Petrik

Best regards,
Andrey Simanovsky


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