CTRL+W

I know I'm spamming a lot here, but I like ReSharper so much that I want
to make it as good as possible. All features that does something that could
be reversed, like CTRLW, should have a reverse version like CTRLSHIFT+W
that does the opposite. In the case of CTRLW, CTRLSHIFT+W should reduce
the selection.

Also, there are some stuff that happens with a bit too long delay. E.g.
the EventHandler assignment trick, where you can press ALT+ENTER to
automatically create the event handler, you can't press ALT+ENTER until
the name of the event handler has been checked, and this checking takes
a little too long, imho.

--
Asbjørn Ulsberg -=|=- asbjornu@hotmail.com
"He's a loathsome offensive brute, yet I can't look away"

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>I know I'm spamming a lot here, but I like ReSharper so much that I want
>to make it as good as possible. All features that does something that could
>be reversed, like CTRLW, should have a reverse version like CTRLSHIFT+W
>that does the opposite. In the case of CTRLW, CTRLSHIFT+W should reduce
>the selection.

Yes, we plan to implement it.

>Also, there are some stuff that happens with a bit too long delay. E.g.
>the EventHandler assignment trick, where you can press ALT+ENTER to
>automatically create the event handler, you can't press ALT+ENTER until
>the name of the event handler has been checked, and this checking takes
>a little too long, imho.

The speed of this will be improved after M2 milestone.

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


"Asbjørn Ulsberg" <asbjornu@hotmail.com> wrote in message
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I know I'm spamming a lot here, but I like ReSharper so much that I want
to make it as good as possible. All features that does something that could
be reversed, like CTRLW, should have a reverse version like CTRLSHIFT+W
that does the opposite. In the case of CTRLW, CTRLSHIFT+W should reduce
the selection.

Also, there are some stuff that happens with a bit too long delay. E.g.
the EventHandler assignment trick, where you can press ALT+ENTER to
automatically create the event handler, you can't press ALT+ENTER until
the name of the event handler has been checked, and this checking takes
a little too long, imho.

--
Asbjørn Ulsberg -=|=- asbjornu@hotmail.com
"He's a loathsome offensive brute, yet I can't look away"


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On Fri, 30 Apr 2004 14:19:01 +0400, Valentin Kipiatkov (JetBrains)
<valentin@intellij.com> wrote:

Yes, we plan to implement it.


Goodie! :)

The speed of this will be improved after M2 milestone.


Great. I also find the keyword lookup to be way too slow, in comparison
with
VS.NET's integrated lookup. Also, ReSharper seems to not do a good enough
job when looking up; it misses some keywords sometimes.

E.g., when I type 'Response.Co', VS.NET proposes 'Response.ContentType'.
ReSharper doesn't propose anything, and marks 'Response.ContentType' as
invalid until I've built the file.

And if I type 'string html = sw.To', it takes over a second before
ReSharper
propses 'sw.ToString()'. That's too much.

Hope all of these issues are solved in future versions; ReSharper is a
great
tool!

--
Asbjørn Ulsberg -=|=- asbjornu@hotmail.com
"He's a loathsome offensive brute, yet I can't look away"

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E.g., when I type 'Response.Co', VS.NET proposes 'Response.ContentType'.
ReSharper doesn't propose anything, and marks 'Response.ContentType' as
invalid until I've built the file.


Could you describe this case in details?

And if I type 'string html = sw.To', it takes over a second before
ReSharper
propses 'sw.ToString()'. That's too much.


Does it take so much each time you use it?

--
Oleg Stepanov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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