I'm using Resharper 2.0 on VS.Net 2003, using exclusively C# projects and
First thing I noticed was that the red/yellow/green colors for the little
box have change shades. Just saying I think I prefer the original shades
significantly to these more 'bright' versions.
Second thing I noticed was that the lightbulb pop-up is bright magenta. I
hope that's not on purpose, and that it's SUPPOSED to be transparent.
And to make a liar out of myself, the REAL first thing I noticed was
performance. I expect there's debug and unoptimized code in there, but just
starting up VS.Net 2003 for the first time took MINUTES and MINUTES, with
msdev.exe chewing up the CPU. When it FINALLY loaded up, it took even
longer to load up my relatively modest solution (only three projects, but a
hundred or so files). MUCH longer than before (several times as long).
The 'outline brackets' feature was unexpected. I'm going to try it for a
while to see if I prefer it, or just the coloring of the brackets, but it
caught me off guard at first.
I also noticed the solution opened with the "file structure window" and
"test runner window" as these small floating windows, already open. Was
that intentional? I really don't think those should default to being
displayed like that.
And what's "EnableDaemon" (resharper key Ctrl+8)? And maybe it could have a
more descriptive name?
There's also lots of "TOOLzzzXXXzzz" entries in the Resharper key maps,
where "XXX" is some legitimate command name.
Also, no sign of "Complete Statement"... any idea when that'll be coming?