Here is something I wish I’d known years ago – you can make the View Source action default when you double click on a WinForm control.
There are tons of options when it comes to configuring your coding style in ReSharper. Somehow I managed to screw the indentation of array and object initializers’ variables. This is what it looked like (I use At Next Line (BSD style) setting):
[Update: this article is now obsolete, and the links below might not work. Please download the latest ReSharper version from the JetBrains website.]
I just found out that it’s possible to copy the text from any message box to clipboard by pressing Ctrl-C when the message box appears! Think of all the times you needed to search for an exact error message text, and needed to switch back and forth between the message and your browser window.
I love ReSharper. It has completely changed the way I think about code. When I have to use Visual Studio without ReSharper installed, I feel like I’m writing the code in Notepad. As my first actual post on this blog I’d like to present a few features of ReSharper 4.1 that help me code faster, better, (stronger) and with much higher accuracy.
I’ve finally decided to give this blogging thing a try. So please, stay tuned until I figure something remotely interesting to write.