1. When I first installed the extension, the font rendering immediately changed. It would be preferable if out the box, the extension didn't disturb anything. 2. It would be helpful to add text to the options menu to explain the difference between say 'display' and 'ideal'.
Could you please modify the extension.vsixmanifest file to support the Visual Studio Express Edition?
Changing the SupportedProducts element to the following lines will do:
I could not find any info on how the extension works. Does it manipulate any original persistent settings of VS or does it work 'live' by changing the wpf render parameters?
Does it leave any traces that affect how vs renders fonts after deinstallation?
Thanks in advance.
Thank you for the fast answer. I really love the extension by the way and have no plans of removing it - Thanks for providing it! I can't stand cleartyped code but I asked because during testing it seemed that after deinstallation VS was not back to it's default rendering - of course that was must have been false perception.
Please allow another question:
Where are the settings stored? It seems that when exporting the VS settings and importing on another machine TextSharp settings are not transferred as expected. Other than that - does it play nice with the new online settings synchronization of VS?
Would love to be able to selectively apply sharpening only on certain sections of Visual Studio (e.g. just the code editor). Right now, enabling Text Sharp applies aliasing to the entire IDE.
Otherwise, I love this extension. Thank you!
Editors such as Sublime text allows setting the font size to 10.5p, which in my opinion renders better than 10 (that's what Chrome uses to render fixed-width fonts by default).
Is there a way to do that in VS 2012?
BTW: I love Text-Sharp!
I'm looking for an alternative to visual studio 2010 wpf editor look. I Really like 2008 editor with gdi++ or gdipp (win7).
This extension can do that? I believe lots of programmers would enjoy a feature like this.
Text Sharp can change text rendering in Visual Studio 2010 code editor. But by default both VS 2010 and VS 2008 render anti-aliased text on Windows 7, so maybe you can get closer to the VS 2008 look by choosing another font for the VS 2010 editor.
See also http://blogs.msdn.com/b/visualstudio/archive/2010/03/15/visual-studio-2010-text-clarity-cleartype-and-aliased-fonts.aspx