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  • Blog Post: Quick Find extension in the Productivity Power Tools

    We’re pleased to announce a new Quick Find (Ctrl+F) extension in the February release of the Productivity Power Tools . This is the first version of the Quick Find extension and we are planning to make some improvements to it in future Power Tools releases, but this blog post describes the reasons...
  • Blog Post: Color Printing Extension Now Available!

    We are pleased to announce the availability of Color Printing as a free extension for Visual Studio 2010! By default, VS 2010 prints only in black and white; this extension restores support for printing code in color. Installation and Setup Installing Color Printing requires Visual Studio 2010...
  • Blog Post: Emacs Emulation Extension Now Available!

    We are pleased to announce the availability of Emacs Emulation as a free extension for Visual Studio 2010! This extension provides basic support for Emacs keybindings and text editing commands, very similar to the built-in Emacs keyboard layout in VS 2008. Once the extension is installed you should be...
  • Blog Post: Document Well 2010 Plus: Hidden Options

    [ Update 7/20/2010 ]: Updated changes made for version 10.0.10710.22 of the Pro Power Tools. Please take a look at the changelog . A couple of posts ago I announced the availability of Document Well 2010 Plus as part of the Visual Studio 2010 Pro Power Tools . Since then we have received lots...
  • Blog Post: Document Well 2010 Plus

    [ Update 6/21/2010 ]: Please go to this blog post where I describe even more configuration options that are available for this extension. [ Update 7/20/2010 ]: Updated changes made for version 10.0.10710.22 of the Pro Power Tools. Please take a look at the changelog . For some time, the behavior of...
  • Blog Post: Walkthrough-- Publishing an Extensibility Web Control Project Template (Part 2 of 2)

    Introduction In Walkthrough-- Publishing a Custom Web Control (Part 1 of 2) you learned to create and publish a custom web control. You created the extensibility project manually, a procedure with many steps. Now that you have an extensibility project template, you can publish it to the Visual Studio...
  • Blog Post: Walkthrough-- Publishing a Custom Web Control (Part 1 of 2)

    The Visual Studio 2010 SDK adds several project templates to Visual Studio that let you create and share custom controls. These are called extensibility projects. In addition to compiling the control, the extensibility project prepares it for publication by incorporating it into a VSIX extension. A VSIX...
  • Blog Post: Creating and Sharing Project & Item Templates

    One of the great new features we added in Visual Studio 2010 is the ability to easily find and consume online Project and Item templates without leaving the New Project/Item dialog. What may not be so obvious is how to go from a piece of code you want to share to a template contained in a VSIX file that...
  • Blog Post: Announcement: Unpublishing Extensions from Beta 2 to RC

    UPDATE 2/8 : I forgot to mention a change to the VSIX file format in the Release Candidate that might impact your extensions. The valid <Edition> values (under <SupportedProducts>) have been updated to better reflect our SKU branding. The only valid values for RC and RTM are: IntegratedShell...
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