Feature Request - Code Format Should Honor Expand/Collapse State of Regions

When performing a code format, it would be a nice option for Resharper to remember the expand/collapse state of regions and then return them to that state after the format is done.

After I do a code format in a WinForms code behind file (in vs2003), the first thing I do is scroll back to the top and collapse the 'Windows Form Designer generated code' region to keep the amount of 'scrollable code' in the window to a minimum. Having this feature would eliminate this.



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This is nearly impossible to implemet since VS' API doesn't have any ways to
control region expand/collapse

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When performing a code format, it would be a nice option for Resharper to
remember the expand/collapse state of regions and then return them to that
state after the format is done.

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After I do a code format in a WinForms code behind file (in vs2003), the
first thing I do is scroll back to the top and collapse the 'Windows Form
Designer generated code' region to keep the amount of 'scrollable code' in
the window to a minimum. Having this feature would eliminate this.

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Hello Eugene,

that's not true - it has, but we've never tried to use them. May be we should
try though,
since we have a serious problem related to outlining - collapsed regiond
currently prevent us
from correct calculation of screen position in some cases which results in
non-visible quick fixes etc.

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

This is nearly impossible to implemet since VS' API doesn't have any
ways to control region expand/collapse



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