Build 80 -- strange cursor placement on consts

It would appear as soon as ReSharper resolves the fact you're adding a
const, the cursor behaviour starts to look like it is the 2nd to last
character of the block of text you're postioned in. Although visual
disturbing, it doesn't appear to affect the actual text as it is typed. This
only happens on consts for me.

hope that makes sense
j


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Updated -- just realized it only occurs when highlighting is enabled and
happens the exact second the const gets bolded.

j
"Jeff Fedor" <jfedor@covarity.com> wrote in message
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It would appear as soon as ReSharper resolves the fact you're adding a
const, the cursor behaviour starts to look like it is the 2nd to last
character of the block of text you're postioned in. Although visual
disturbing, it doesn't appear to affect the actual text as it is typed.

This

only happens on consts for me.

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hope that makes sense
j

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Jeff,

this is a known problem, it happens with certain fonts. Workaround is to
either
disable bold for 'ReSharper Const Marker' display item in
Tools->Environment->Fonts and Colors
option or change text font to e.g. Courier.

"Jeff Fedor" <jfedor@covarity.com> wrote in message
news:c7u2bi$85v$1@is.intellij.net...

Updated -- just realized it only occurs when highlighting is enabled and
happens the exact second the const gets bolded.

>

j
"Jeff Fedor" <jfedor@covarity.com> wrote in message
news:c7tvrq$qsv$1@is.intellij.net...

It would appear as soon as ReSharper resolves the fact you're adding a
const, the cursor behaviour starts to look like it is the 2nd to last
character of the block of text you're postioned in. Although visual
disturbing, it doesn't appear to affect the actual text as it is typed.

This

only happens on consts for me.

>

hope that makes sense
j

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