It works great unless you're working with ASP.NET MVC and you're mixing razor syntax with JS syntax. For instance, if I have a variable defined like so: var name = "@Model.Name", you can't collapse/expand anymore the region in which it is contained. But I have yet to find a JS outlining extension for VS2015 that does not break in that case.
Just upgraded from VS 2012 to 2015 and Collapse to Definitions also collapses the code inside the js functions which is not desirable. I was hoping that this extension will help me do what 2012 was doing. I installed it but I don't see a way to invoke it. It doesn't show anywhere on any menu. What am I doing wrong?
Because vs 2015 introduced some (useless) extra outlining for js files, the extensions no longer works correctly.
Region only collapsed when clicking with the mouse on the region marker icon. Toggle Outlining Expansion (ctrl+m, ctrl+m) not works: instead collapses the start region as a comment.
Expanding the region leaves the start region as a collapsed comment.
I'm trying to install this extension on vs 2013 which runs on windows 10 but it throws an error and says that it need a version of framework which is not installed, i tried to install framework 4.5 but windows says that it;s already installed.
do you have any suggestion for how to overcome this, I really can't edit js files without this extension :(
I've run into this with a couple extension that simply use Version="4.5" in the .NET dependency. Needs to be Version="[4.5,)" so 4.5.2 is allowed. Until it's updated you can extract the VSIX, make the change in the manifest, zip the files and rename to *.VSIX and install.
In VS2010 I ran the old version of this plugin and I'm sure my JS was collapsed by default. Which made my code very easy to navigate.
However in VS2012 with this plugin my code is not collapsed by default.
Any way this can be achieved?