As everyone else on blogs.msdn.com, I’m really excited about the Visual Studio .NET 2005 Beta 1 release. Yes, even more excited than getting an email from BillG. =)
This is the first product that I’ve worked on from the very first coding milestone to a Beta release, so I want to know how I did as a feature area tester. And as always, feel free to report any accessibility bugs here.
Feature Area Ownerships
1. Window Management Feature Area
Note that I do not own the content within any of these tool windows, just their containers, so if you report any issues here about the content within, I may not be able to help you.
Please check out a previous post called New Window Management Features for 2005 for more details.
2. Command Window Feature Area
3. Immediate Window Feature Area
Note how the immediate window is its own tool window now, whereas in Everett, it shared the Command Windows tool window area.
How To Write up a Great bug report for Window Management
Here are some suggestions for writing great bug reports.
Where To Report Bugs
Check out the new MSDN Product Feedback Center. Here, anyone can report issues, bugs and suggestions on Visual Studio 2005 (Whidbey) and the .Net Framework 2.0!
In addition, check out the MSDN Product Feedback Center Blog! Marie, a VS Core Program Manager working on the MSDN Product Feedback Center team, is my office-mate, so I know she would love to hear your thoughts!