Missing feature in ReSharper Exception/Assertion Dialog

Very often when i type use resharper i got an Exception or assertion and i want to paste some code in the

"Tell us what you where doing..." Field

But the dialog is modal, so i cant do this. it would be great to have a button

"Continue but this reopen exception in a non modal dialog"

so i can continue working with visual studio to:

- copy some code to the message
- test if the bug is reproducable
- look at my code and think about what im doing exectly when the exception occurs

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Next Suggestion:

When i post a bug report, i get a messagebox whith the info

"Your post Number #12345 was submittet"

it would be great to have a button here to open my webbrowser and jump directly to the topic in the tracker.

for example to add a screenshot or some additional info

i think these changes would help you to motivate users to post some more detailed error information



Carsten Jendro






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But the dialog is modal, so i cant do this.

+1

it would be great to have a button here to open my webbrowser and jump
directly to the topic in the tracker.

Actually I remember a discussion on this particular topic happening quite
long ago. And someone from Re#er Team (don't remember exactly, maybe Valentin)
replied that instead of extending the functionality of the submission form
it's much better to fix bugs causing this window to appear =)


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replied that instead of extending the functionality of the submission form
it's much better to fix bugs causing this window to appear =)


yes and no

a simple checkbox

Open this bug in tracker after submitting

would be enougth, that's not a big change and would be a great help for people who wanna help and post some more comments to bug reports.

i think that better bug reports would save more time than an implementation of this small feature would cost

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