I installed a sample web browser extension for VS 2012. It is working fine when I used it through toolbar. But when I type some code and want to find sample code in code editor i.e visual studio IDE about that then I right click on it and there is no option for " search code sample " in IDE. What should I do? Is there any problem?
We are working to upgrade the Sample Browser to VS2013 with new features, but if you could send your feedback about Sample Browser to firstname.lastname@example.org, it will encourage and inspire us to work it out faster :)
The plugin is now available in VS2013! With many new features :)
We also rebranded the plugin as 'Bing Developer Assistant'.
The 'Search Code Samples' bar takes up a lot of space that I'd like to reclaim. As this is added to the 'Standard' toolbar, I cannot find a means to remove it. Just being able to look for samples using the FILE menu application is good enough for me. So... How can I remove this toolbar add-on?
I am in the same boat as Kobus - I want to be able to move the extension commands from the main toolbar to one of their own. I know you can delete them from the Standard Toolbar, but I cannot seem to find them in the list of commands to add to a toolbar through Customize. Am I missing something?
Could you please let me know the version number of Sample Browser VS Extension installed in your environment? You can find the version number in Visual Studio / Extension Manager / Installed Extension / Select Sample Browser Visual Studio Extension.
I don't remember it. I solved this problem with removing the Sample Browser version and installing it again from scratch.
Now it's 5.815 and so I think if you take some earlier version you can reproduce the problem.