Syntax coloring is lost

I suddenly noticed that syntax coloring of C# files vanishes from time to
time. I can reproduce the problem as follows:

1) Invoke a wizard to create a new Console Application
2) Get a file named Class1.cs opened in the text editor. The coloring is OK.
3) Close it by pressing Ctrl+F4.
4) Reopen it again (either from Solution Explorer or by navigating to Class1
using 'Goto type' feature). At this point you will see the default VS
coloring applied to the source code. Any attempt to edit the text will bring
Re#er's coloring back.

Can anyone else confirm this?

Regards.


3 comments
Comment actions Permalink

I think i was able to reproduce this. I noticed that "args" wasn't gray, even though I got the "parameters 'args' is assigned by never accessed". However, just typing anywhere didn't solve the problem. I had to delete "args" and retype it for it to be grey.

karl

0
Comment actions Permalink

We'll fix this bug in a bugfix release. Thank you!

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com "Develop with pleasure!"


I suddenly noticed that syntax coloring of C# files vanishes from time
to time. I can reproduce the problem as follows:

1) Invoke a wizard to create a new Console Application
2) Get a file named Class1.cs opened in the text editor. The coloring
is OK.
3) Close it by pressing Ctrl+F4.
4) Reopen it again (either from Solution Explorer or by navigating to
Class1
using 'Goto type' feature). At this point you will see the default VS
coloring applied to the source code. Any attempt to edit the text will
bring
Re#er's coloring back.
Can anyone else confirm this?

Regards.


0
Comment actions Permalink

I'm also experiencing the same behaviour.


"Maxim Babenko" <mab@shade.msu.ru> wrote in message
news:cf4spn$s4q$1@is.intellij.net...

I suddenly noticed that syntax coloring of C# files vanishes from time to
time. I can reproduce the problem as follows:

>

1) Invoke a wizard to create a new Console Application
2) Get a file named Class1.cs opened in the text editor. The coloring is

OK.

3) Close it by pressing Ctrl+F4.
4) Reopen it again (either from Solution Explorer or by navigating to

Class1

using 'Goto type' feature). At this point you will see the default VS
coloring applied to the source code. Any attempt to edit the text will

bring

Re#er's coloring back.

>

Can anyone else confirm this?

>

Regards.

>
>


0

Please sign in to leave a comment.