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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2013: Making IntelliSense Transparent While You Code

    As I mentioned before, I will be revisiting tips from older versions in this new series. I’m also removing the word “Preview” from these entries since is it safe to assume these features will continue to be in shipping versions of the product. I reserve the word “Preview” for those things that are new...
  • Blog Post: Make IntelliSense Transparent

    Keyboard: CTRL Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 10/17/2010 Code: vstipEdit0077 Sometimes when you are cranking code you find yourself in a situation where IntelliSense is covering up some code you want to see: You can easily make it temporarily opaque by pressing and holding the CTRL key: This way you...
  • Blog Post: Hide the Quick Find and Quick Replace Tool Window After the First Match

    Menu: Tools -> Options -> Environment -> Find and Replace Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 6/17/2010 Code: vstipFind0010 When using Quick Find and/or Quick Replace tool window, you can make it so the window disappears after the first match. Just go to Tools -> Options -> Environment ->...
  • Blog Post: Hide or Show Error List When the Build Finishes with Errors

    Menu: Tools -> Options -> Projects and Solutions -> General Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 5/16/2010 Code: vstipTool0022 By default, the Error List will show when there are build errors: You can change this behavior by going to Tools -> Options -> Projects and Solutions -> General and...
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