Disable Gutter

Is there a posibility to disable the gutter on the right side? I don't
use the re#er syntax-highlighting, so there's no use for the gutter.
And with the gutter, i lost the little split-screen-thing on top of the
regular scrollbar...

thx stefan

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Is there a posibility to disable the gutter on the right side?


Currently there is no such option. BTW why don't you use the ReSharper's highlighting?

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Is there a posibility to disable the gutter on the right side? I don't
use the re#er syntax-highlighting, so there's no use for the gutter.
And with the gutter, i lost the little split-screen-thing on top of
the
regular scrollbar...
thx stefan


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Valentin Kipiatkov wrote:
>>Is there a posibility to disable the gutter on the right side?


Currently there is no such option. BTW why don't you use the ReSharper's highlighting?


Let's say that with the new releases things goes much better with R#
syntax highlighting, but on my laptop (PIV 1.6GHz 1 GB RAM) I still
experience some hangs on files related to complex Windows Forms (even
twenty seconds). So, I normally disable syntax highlighting for those
files (a shortcut could be really usefull!). This could be related to
the gutter problem (no highlighting/no gutter).
Ciao

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Giorgio Santini

ERIS4
www.eris4.com

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Valentin Kipiatkov wrote:

Currently there is no such option. BTW why don't you use the ReSharper's highlighting?

generally, i'm happy with the standart-vs.net-highlighting. The
ReSharper's highlighting is a little bit to colourful and isn't that
useful for me. The same with the gutter: I don't need any additional
syntax-check beside me and the compiler :), even if i could use the
gutter independent from the syntax-highlighting-feature.

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Stefan,

you can customize ReSharper colors using standard VS
Tools->Options->Environment->Fonts and Colors page.
If you don't like a plenty of colors, simply set colors for most of display
items starting with 'ReSharper' to the same value.

"Stefan Urech" <s.urech@[NOSPAM]fiveinfo.ch> wrote in message
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Valentin Kipiatkov wrote:

>> Currently there is no such option. BTW why don't you use the ReSharper's
>> highlighting?

generally, i'm happy with the standart-vs.net-highlighting. The
ReSharper's highlighting is a little bit to colourful and isn't that
useful for me. The same with the gutter: I don't need any additional
syntax-check beside me and the compiler :), even if i could use the
gutter independent from the syntax-highlighting-feature.



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But the syntax coloring allows you to skip compile cycles just to find
errors. It's very useful. And I've also found it useful to color locals,
parameters, members, methods, and proprties all slightly different colors.
I definitely don't use the built-in colors, but re-define them using custom
colors so the visual effect is more subtle, but it's still very helpful. I
strongly suggest you investigate this further, as it's just terribly useful
in the end. It saves a lot of time and makes understanding the code you're
in (especially if you didn't WRITE it), must easier.

"Stefan Urech" <s.urech@[NOSPAM]fiveinfo.ch> wrote in message
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Valentin Kipiatkov wrote:

Currently there is no such option. BTW why don't you use the ReSharper's

highlighting?

generally, i'm happy with the standart-vs.net-highlighting. The
ReSharper's highlighting is a little bit to colourful and isn't that
useful for me. The same with the gutter: I don't need any additional
syntax-check beside me and the compiler :), even if i could use the
gutter independent from the syntax-highlighting-feature.



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