Very handy, but same comment as iters, very annoying pop-ups saying that the version expires in xx days, each time one opens VS.
Despite what was replied to him, this is still there. I don't believe in a system for which every plugin regularly requires attention and block the opening with a pop-up. I believe there is an update functionality in VS, it should be used instead.
When connected to a web site via FTP in VS, opening a file in solution explorer leaves VS hanging, and it can only be killed in taskmanager. Disabling VSCommand resolves this.
The main reason for me to install this extension, was to avoid accidentally moving files and folders in solution explorer.
It is beyond me why Microsoft hasn't made it a feature in VS to prompt before dragging and dropping files and folders in solution explorer. It can happen very easily by accident, and can have terrible consequences when working on a website via FTP.
The color output window coloring dose not work consistently and gave me some major headache.. After uninstalling the plugin (Tools>Extensions and Updates) the VSCommands still persisted in Fonts and Colors settings. Would be a cool tool otherwise.
Since my update to v188.8.131.52, the build output window coloring doesn't seem to work any more.
The build summary appears as configured, but the coloring isn't there.
I tried the button "Recreate Fonts and Colors category" in Options, but unfortunately it doesn't help.
Dear VSCommands development team,
First off, thanks for great and handy tool.
I'd like to know is there any configuration in VSCommands to prompt for Exit confirmation upon Alt+F4 key press, like the one that pops up by click on Exit button of VS IDE?
can you add an action that allows us to reload all projects?
The vs projects changed dialog doesn't work when running under parallels. I can manually unload and then load each project in the solution in order to see my changes but that can be pretty tiresome.
being able to do that to all projects via a shortcut would make my life way easier.