Breakpoint Highlight Colour has Swapped - Please Help!

Hi,

I really hope someone can help me with this, as it's driving me
absolutely crazy.

I installed the latest build of resharper 2.0 today (233) and, I believe
as a result, I now have breakpoints in VS.Net being highlighted
incorrectly: As soon as you set a break point (even when no code is
running) is is immediately highlighted yellow (as though I were
debugging and had hit the breakpoint). When I actually hit the
breakpoint in debug, the yellow highlight disappears and the text goes
grey. Not great for attracting my attention!

I don't know for sure that this is down to the Resharper install, but I
haven't changed anything else today. I've tried un-installing resharper
but so far i haven't fixed the problem.

If anyone can offer any advice to help I'd be extremely grateful.

cheers,
Matt

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Hello Matt,

I think that is another effect of the known problem with colors in VS 2005
(supposedly
you're using VS 2005, not VS 2003). There is a hotfix from MS planned to
fix this issue. Please
search this newsgroup, the problem with colors has been widely discussed
here.


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

Hi,

I really hope someone can help me with this, as it's driving me
absolutely crazy.

I installed the latest build of resharper 2.0 today (233) and, I
believe as a result, I now have breakpoints in VS.Net being
highlighted incorrectly: As soon as you set a break point (even when
no code is running) is is immediately highlighted yellow (as though I
were debugging and had hit the breakpoint). When I actually hit the
breakpoint in debug, the yellow highlight disappears and the text goes
grey. Not great for attracting my attention!

I don't know for sure that this is down to the Resharper install, but
I haven't changed anything else today. I've tried un-installing
resharper but so far i haven't fixed the problem.

If anyone can offer any advice to help I'd be extremely grateful.

cheers,
Matt



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Dmitry, thanks so much for your quick reply.

You're right, I am using VS2005. I'm glad to hear there's a hotfix on
the way, but I'd really like to solve the problem right now, I'm finding
the breakpoint colouring extremely frustrating.

I've tried searching the newsgroup but I think there's only a couple of
weeks of posts cached on the server, and I can't find anything useful in
them. I've even tried reinstalling visual studio but still the problem
persists!

Please give me some pointers as to how I can eradicate this problem!!

thanks,
Matt



Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains) wrote:

Hello Matt,

I think that is another effect of the known problem with colors in VS
2005 (supposedly
you're using VS 2005, not VS 2003). There is a hotfix from MS planned to
fix this issue. Please
search this newsgroup, the problem with colors has been widely discussed
here.


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

>> Hi,
>>
>> I really hope someone can help me with this, as it's driving me
>> absolutely crazy.
>>
>> I installed the latest build of resharper 2.0 today (233) and, I
>> believe as a result, I now have breakpoints in VS.Net being
>> highlighted incorrectly: As soon as you set a break point (even when
>> no code is running) is is immediately highlighted yellow (as though I
>> were debugging and had hit the breakpoint). When I actually hit the
>> breakpoint in debug, the yellow highlight disappears and the text goes
>> grey. Not great for attracting my attention!
>>
>> I don't know for sure that this is down to the Resharper install, but
>> I haven't changed anything else today. I've tried un-installing
>> resharper but so far i haven't fixed the problem.
>>
>> If anyone can offer any advice to help I'd be extremely grateful.
>>
>> cheers,
>> Matt


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