Provides custom IntelliSense for the
that is capable to filter out events, preoperties or methods.
this plug-in is build upon
Karl Shifflett: XAML Intellisense Presenter
Incredible Extension and I love the look and feel too!
Only issue is that double clicking on an item in the presenter should return focus to the code file but I have to click back into the code file to restore focus. Even with that, it still saves me loads of time from scrolling through the OOB intellisense presenter.
Could you please provide some notes on how to use and configure it?
For me it's still a mistery. It shows in the extension manager as installed, however I don't see it anywhere else. The standard intellisense window appears, as usual.
X64, Vs2010 Ultimate, Resharper
Can you ease up on the skin? This update gave me the impression you discovered what brushes were. The background is WAY too dark. Black text on a black background? Really???
Other than that, love it. Just don't go crazy with the friggen skin kthx.
I think it will be enought just to add some customization of look and feel via some XML config file:
- options for customizing font (font family, font size, font weight, font color)
- options for changing background color
- corners are too much rounded, customizing corner radius is welcome as well
That customization can be edited simple via XML (not needed to implement whole UI for that).
And if you think about skinning, please make default skin just simple as original intellisense. Unbolded font on simple white background without rounded corners could looks much better and more professional :)
I haven't tested it actually, I'm just looking at the screen shots and I think the style is annoying, please lemme know if the style was fixed.
I believe you invested effort in styling it, and I'm sure you personally like the style of it, the thing is it doesn't match the VS them and is very annoying to use.
I think this is a great extension, but the one major annoyance that causes me not to use it is that the window does not scroll to the selected item as you type, as it does in the regular VS intellisense window. By this I mean that as I type "selec" the selected word in the window will jump down to "selectedItem", "selectionChanged", etc., but the window does not scroll to put these items in view; instead it just sits at the very top of the list, until I hit the Up or Down arrows. If the window scrolled to follow the selected item as I typed this would rock my world!
When I click at the suggestion list the cursor disappears, after pressing "Enter" it doesn't appear back. Behavior of the cursor is like when I click at Solution Explorer or whatever. Maybe, the intellisense list grabs the focus or something. In extension "Intellisense Presenter" http://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/ca201b20-8100-4f9a-a653-a20ae308e82e there is no such problem, but its source code is not available.
I would not work with the current skin, but I've managed to customise it thanks to available source code and a bit of knowledge of WPF.
first of all : thanks for this cool extension.
But I wondered, as it is in your screenshot, why there is no pascal search.
That was a little bit irritating but after looking at the code I found it commented out, although it's only the button that's commented out, the functionality I didn't look for.
So, when it's going to be there?
And one other question : will it be ever supported to show the documentation of the method/property etc. not in the intellisense popup but as a separate tooltip? I find it rather full when this feature is active.
Thanks and regards,