Great tools, when they work. There are bugs, especially with Copy/Paste References, which doesn't work at all (E_FAIL), and it appears no there has been no work on the project for 2.5 years. Release the source to the community so we can update it and fix bugs.
Organize using requires two clicks.
I would ask for this feature to be customizable so that "Sort usings and remove unused" in the main context menu.
I would also like this feature to execute when closing/opening a file.
This is an awesome tool and I don;t use VS2010 without it. But now I am starting to use VS11 beta and I was dissapointed to find that while they did integrate some of PowerCommands into VS11, not all. It is missing some key things I love (like the close button on the far right of the tab well).
So I see PowerCommands says it supports VS11. I am wondering if there is anything I should be aware of? Are there any gottchas or is this a straightforward thing? I ask becuase VS11 does have some of what PowerCommands does built in, so I am concerned they will conflict.
Anyone want to comment?
I have turned on the "Format document on save" and "Remove and Sort Usings on save" options, but they are not running when I click the Save button. Has anyone else seen this?
I am on Visual Studio 2010 SP1 and also have the Productivity Power Tools and Team Foundation Server Power Tools installed if that is any help.
Any help would be much appreciated.
A nice feature would be able to right click on a tab and select "Open in New Window" instead of having to click the tab, select Window from the Toolbar, and then select New Window.
I've been doing a lot of development lately in some large classes and it's nice to be able to open a copy of that class on the other monitor to look at.
Today (a working sunday) i was dealing with some messy code.
I had the following idea:
It would be nice to have a "Close All Unsaved Documents" command.
This cuold be usefull when you have a lot of open documents and you want to work only with some of these. In this situation normally the unsaved documents are those that you want to keep open.
What do you think about this?