I have found the entry in Options, and all commands are enabled.
However, I can't discover a menu with the commands on; e.g. clear recent projects/files list.
Can anyone tell me where to find them, please?
I am using VB.NET for a database project.
Yes. We are working on updating the Powercommands to work with Visual Studio 2010 but they won't be ready for the Beta. We don't have a firm date yet on when these will be ready but we'll try to post them as soon as possible.
Cammon people, that was a low blow. VS2010 comes out and you guys pull PowerCommands out. Not good. It sucks to not have the ability to copy references between projects right when we are trying to update library version and so on. Why take the download out? That sucks.
I am having a hard time finding on ways to remove powercommands from my IDE. Currently it does not let me add any new tab in toolbox and choose items.
Any help on removing or uninstalling it from my IDE would be greatly appreciated.
When I attempt to copy references (or a single reference) between projects using PowerCommands for VS2008 I get the following error:
error hresult e_fail has been returned from a call to a com component
After installing Team Explorer, PowerCommands and a few other tools, I get a contextmenu list on project items which no longer fits on my screen (1680x1050). So would it be possible to add a configuration option for each menu to show it in a submenu?
So if the option is enabled, it should have another checkbox stating 'show in submenu'. All items that have that checkbox checked should then appear in the same submenu 'PowerCommands' of the contextmenu. Similar to how the Add or Debug submenus work on the contextmenu of a project.