Is there any option to have a additional feature? I'm looking for a "feature explorer" for my solutions. It's a list of named features, where a feature is a collection of source files (including bookmarks as explicit points or methods or so). When I open a feature, then all source files I defined for that are opened (all others are closed) and positioned. That would be a great help for developing our distributed WCF application where a use case is spreaded out over many source files.
Since I have been using the power tools I've noticed a few bugs. 1. Sometimes the documents seems to get into CTRL-click definition tool mode unintentioinally, so that if I subsequently click with the mouse on the document (anywhere on the document) it tells me that the definition is not available. This is really annoying and I can only stop it trying to resolve definitions by closing the document.
2. Sometimes when I click on a document in the solution explorer, I get shown a previously opened document from the document well.
Otherwise I like: 1. The document well. 2. The full line highlight.
Nice extension with some useful stuff.. although i found a pretty major refresh bug with the tab pinning, restore the window so its not full size, then pin a tab, tehn maximize the screen, and things just go whacko! i had a floating properties/solutions window in the middle of the code window, and the code partially refreshed and was just unusable until i unpinned the tab again. Please fix!
Is there any way to have System using statements appear before others when sorting using statements? I'd greatly love to be able to do this, since it's what StyleCop expects by default.
Thanks for this great set of tools.
When the quick search window is open, the Ctrl+I shortcut doesn't focus on the existing search box.
Because of this, typing a search expression after Ctrl+I, writes the text in the source code window instead of highlighting it.
I just set up a new dev box, and I installed these tools, and went to the options panel, and I no longer see a switch to disable the new quick find. I find it not as good as the default one. How do I get it back?
I want to add regex to Productivity Power Tools to show each tab in specific color by file type, for example 'red' for java script files, 'blue' for .cs files and 'green' for .css files. how can i do that
I've my Tab Panel on the left Side and every time I switch from a XAML File to a normal Class (.CS) File, the selected Class File is floating and not docked anymore.
When i change the Tab Panel position to Top or Right everything works fine.
Is there a possibility that it also works when you have the Tab Panel on the left side?