It says that "Code of an existing Visual Studio macro from previous versions of Visual Studio can be just pasted in the Run subroutine of a new VB command." !!!! COMPLETELY FALSE !!! I tried to import an older macro from VS 2005 and it has TONS OF PROBLEMS because the VB language itself has changed in the mean time and, of course, a lot of the objects are not available any more.
I realize this is mostly Microsoft fault , but I do not tolerate bold statements as the one mentioned before. I lost half a day trying to do this and I still have lots of errors to correct.
I am trying to do the same, but in my VS2008 there is a whole tree of macros:
I am interested in the macros from VSEditor but they reference the Utilities and so do not compile when placed in Command.
Is that still possible to import all the old macros in one easy step?
Hello I have a question please.
I'he tried to install Visual Commander v1.6 - March 3, 2014 (limited edition)
in Visual Studio Prpfessional 2012 and Ultimate 2013 Update 2 tryal version.
Both VS in Italian language.
But after installation I can't see the VCMD window like in your home page (http://vlasovstudio.com/visual-commander/).
I need VS english version or can I use VCMD in italian version too?
I've just installed VS Ultimate 2013.2 Italian on a VM and I do see the main VCMD menu after Visual Commander installation.
Is Visual Commander at least visible and enabled in "Estensioni e aggiornamenti" on your machine?
OK, thank you Vlasov.
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I want -all- file types to open in
the text editor with -nothing-but-
the per glyph font/colors I specify.
For example, I want all digits, everywhere,
to have a certain color/font.
And I want to do this by handling certain events,
in a Visual Studio 2013, "Visual Commander" extension.
Problem is, I don't know what those events are,
or how to handle them.
Can you help me with this, Sergey Vlasov ?
You probably want to create a Visual Studio Editor Classifier. It uses MEF for registration that is not currently supported by Visual Commander.
There is a Visual Studio SDK template for a classifier, if you want to get started writing it yourself, see http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/vstudio/dd885492.aspx
And there is the open source KeywordClassifier Visual Studio Extension that already allows you to customize which keywords get highlighted, see https://github.com/tomasr/KeywordClassifier
I'm using version 1.2.1 in VS 2013. I added a reference to a dll in the Command editor (References button). I specify the dll in 1 line like:
And it fired an exception. With assembly binding log enabled, it seem to try to find the file within the program files folder:
Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\Common7\IDE\
I have Edit.MoveControlDown bound to Ctrl+Down
if I record a macro and use this shortcut combo, it does not currently record. Just plain Down Arrow by itself records fine.
I have VS 2013 and the latest VC
I just verified that ctrl+right/left map to Edit.WordNext/Previous and are recorded properly.
is it that you are looking for an event for the carat or text to change? with MoveControlDown it moves the entire text field down and the carat stays relative to the text.
Hi, Appologies as I'm new to this.
I'm importing a macro I used alot in VS2010,
but have a problem referencing "ActiveDocument".
I have the following Imports to the Public Module:
and then in a sub I have:
selection = ActiveDocument.Selection
which it can't do.
Any ideas Please would be appreciated.