R2.0: File Structure Disappearing

Resharper 2.0 #201, VS2003, WinXP SP2

I have the File Structure window docked to the right with the Solution Explorer,
Properties, etc. Every so often the File Structure window/tab goes blank.
There are no exceptions, no error dialogs, and Resharper still works fine.
I haven't really been paying attention to what my steps are that causes
this, but I will from now on. Has anyone else seen this?

Thanks,
Derek

P.S. Except for the CurrentDirectory bug (see another post), the integrated
Unit Testing rocks!


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Derek,

I have the File Structure window docked to the right with the Solution
Explorer, Properties, etc. Every so often the File Structure window/tab
goes blank. There are no exceptions, no error dialogs, and Resharper still
works fine. I haven't really been paying attention to what my steps are
that causes this, but I will from now on. Has anyone else seen this?


It seems like FileStructure does not get notification from VS about its
visibility change. Try to draw it out from the tab and let it float. I think
it should help.

--
Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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Hello Sergey,

Unfortunately, I'm doing most of my development on my laptop which has limited
screen realestate. I can't really afford to have a floating window at all
times, unless I want to code in a 3"x3" area! :)

Thanks,
Derek

Derek,

>> I have the File Structure window docked to the right with the
>> Solution Explorer, Properties, etc. Every so often the File
>> Structure window/tab goes blank. There are no exceptions, no error
>> dialogs, and Resharper still works fine. I haven't really been paying
>> attention to what my steps are that causes this, but I will from now
>> on. Has anyone else seen this?
>>

It seems like FileStructure does not get notification from VS about
its visibility change. Try to draw it out from the tab and let it
float. I think it should help.



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Derek,

You should not have it floating all the time. Just draw it out and it will
repaint its content, then put it back on tab. I think, it is the only
possible workaround now.

--
Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
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