This is cretinous ! .. colour printing should be a basic built-in feature of ANY code editor these days. Not dependent on needing any sort of extension. Also the built-in help is no 'help'. Wasted time looking for what should be already there. Notepad++ costs ZERO and has colour printing.
Simply does not work. When installed, selecting print still brings up the print dialog, as it should, but selecting print from that dialog does nothing at all, so the upshot of this extension is that it completely disables printing. Worse than useless.
I noticed the description of the project has been updated to support Visual Studio 2012 RC, so I re-installed this package and now VS doesn't crash! That's good.
However, when I print I get a blank sheet of paper. That's bad.
The header w/the file name prints, the color line numbers on the side print...but there's nothing else. I even tried using the 'light' theme instead of the 'dark' theme, thinking that might make a difference...nope, same behavior.
Perhaps a new release would be in order?
Doesn't work for me unfortunately. I'm on the professional version of VS 2012 that's available via Dreamspark Premium.
I get the following error.
"Could not load file or assembly
For colour printing in VS2012 download Productivity Power Tools from here:
This gave me colour printing in VS 2012 Pro on Windows 8 Pro 64-bit.
I hope it works for you all :)
I’m sorry that “print in color” doesn’t work in the Express Version of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
I’m trying my best to learn C#.
Will it available in the next release of Visual Studio for the Express Version?
Could it be updated for the Express Version?