Web Search - Visual Studio Add-in , Search (Google, Yahoo, MSDN, Code Project, Stack Overflow and more...) for the selected text/item.
Multiple search options included in all Text Editor, Reference Items, Error List. (Integrated search options for Visual Studio IDE)
Thanks for this great plug-in. I find it to be very useful, but it would be even better if I could assign a default search site based on the extension of the file in which I'm working. For example, when I am editing an HTML file I might want to search on W3Schools; if I'm working in a .cshtml I might want to default to ASP.NET, etc. That way I could just highlight the keyword of interest and search my preferred site via my hotkey assignment.
Unfortunately this product breaks the NuGet packet manager console. I get errors like
Exception: Cannot convert the "NuGetConsole.Host.PowerShell.Implementation.ProjectExtensions" value of type "System.String" to type "System.Type".
Disabling it and PM will work again.
VS2012 update 3
This issue seems to be a NuGet issue. Installing Windows Powershell 3.0 resolved this error message.
Please let me know if you are facing the issue after installing windows powershell 3.0
First I just want to say this product is amazing.
What I wanted to ask is if it would be possible to have either of the 2 custom selection boxes (19,20) able to be called as the default search? I ask because I'm in a particular situation, where, I am using Unity3D to design my game and VS 11 to program it. Unity's scripting reference is an online document and I already have one of those custom fields setup to point to it so it looks my keywords up correctly, only problem is I have to use the mouse to do it because there is no option to set the custom field to the hot key.
I hope this makes sense. Thanks