Turn Off Code Completion

Hi

Just installed Resharper and it looks great. I would like to be able to turn off the Resharper conde completion and use the VS again as the VS shows extra info about the options. How do I do this?

Thanks

Sean

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Sean,
you need to change your keyboard mapping in Tools->Options->Keyboard. VS
completion command is called 'Edit.CompleteWord'.
In the same Tools->Options->TextEditor->C# you can also enable automatic VS
completion after typing '.'

However, ReSharper completion should work much better than the VS built-in
completion. Could you please tell us what do
you miss in ReSharper completion?

Thanks,
Dmitry

"sean kearon" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hi

>

Just installed Resharper and it looks great. I would like to be able to

turn off the Resharper conde completion and use the VS again as the VS shows
extra info about the options. How do I do this?
>

Thanks

>

Sean



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Hi Dmitry

Thanks for that, I now have the option to use either. What I missed is that the VS completion gives you a description of the attribute/method that is selected in the hint, whereas Resharper does not do this (yet).

I only installed Resharper yesterday and it looks great. I am looking forward to seeing more refactorings.

Do you have an idea of how much you are going to charge for it when complete? It seems that C# Refactory from Extreme Simplicity has stopped trading, I came across a reference to your tool on their forumn.

Regards

Sean

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Sean,

Yes, ReSharper doesn't show descriptions in lookup list yet and I'm not
sure when this will be implemented. Regarding the price - this question is
not decided yet, but we're not going to charge too much for it. BTW, what
price are you willing to pay for resharper provided that all functionality
planned for M2 is available?

P.S. More refactorings are coming.

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

"sean kearon" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hi Dmitry

>

Thanks for that, I now have the option to use either. What I missed is

that the VS completion gives you a description of the attribute/method that
is selected in the hint, whereas Resharper does not do this (yet).
>

I only installed Resharper yesterday and it looks great. I am looking

forward to seeing more refactorings.
>

Do you have an idea of how much you are going to charge for it when

complete? It seems that C# Refactory from Extreme Simplicity has stopped
trading, I came across a reference to your tool on their forumn.
>

Regards

>

Sean



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Hi Oleg

I'm happy that I can now switch back and get the hints when I need them. As for price, given that M2 is implemented plus a few more refactorings, I would be happy to pay something like USD 50-100. I am keen on having user defined templates plus a few more refactorings.

Having recently made the switch from Delphi, where I used the excellent Model Maker Code Explorer as my refactoring tool, I find the VS.NET IDE pretty lacking. Resharper looks like just what I need.

Cheers

Sean

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