asking for license, locked my ide with unsaved changes!


Resharper is asking for a license and locked the VSNET ide, i dont have a
key... and dont want to loose the changes..


What can i do? I cannot close it, cancel does nothing..

regards
h


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Try

User Name:Evaluation
License Key:BBhZ1AAi36o80GaOGaP8Mzk5crVBisK9

BTW, what build are you using?

<henk@+!meulekamp.nl> wrote in message news:c50r5u$1qu$1@is.intellij.net...
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Resharper is asking for a license and locked the VSNET ide, i dont have a
key... and dont want to loose the changes..

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What can i do? I cannot close it, cancel does nothing..

>

regards
h

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"Dmitry Shaporenkov (JetBrains)" <dsha@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Try

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User Name:Evaluation
License Key:BBhZ1AAi36o80GaOGaP8Mzk5crVBisK9

>

BTW, what build are you using?


Thank you very much for your fast reply..

I was using : ReSharper73

But had it currently shutdown, but still didnt reset the keyboard layout
back to visual studio default. (I know that if i do something with the
resharper keyboard shortcuts it starts them up again.) so its probally my
own mistake.. I'm going to install 76 later today..

regards
hjm


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ReSharper should provide an option to cancel the license confirmation. If user choose not to enter license, it should disable itself.

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Actually, it was a bug in earliear builds that Cancel button didn't work.
However, when user presses Cancel, ReSharper doesn't disable itself (it is
not possible)
but rather remains active and does nothing.

"Nat" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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ReSharper should provide an option to cancel the license confirmation. If

user choose not to enter license, it should disable itself.


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