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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2012 New Features: Solution Explorer

    I love the title of this one because I’m sure someone will read this and wonder why I think Solution Explorer is a “new” feature.  I mean, haven’t we had this sucker for a billion years?  Aren’t there cave drawings in France about this feature?  So why is it “new”?  Let me show you...
  • Blog Post: Multiple Startup Projects

    Keyboard: ALT + ENTER Menu: Project -> Properties [with Solution Selected in Solution Explorer]; [Right-Click the solution in Solution Explorer] -> Properties Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 5/10/2010 Code: vstipEnv0015 We work with multiple projects all the time. Take the classic Server / Client...
  • Blog Post: Choosing the StartUp Project

    Menu: Project -> Set as StartUp Project; [Right-Click a project in Solution Explorer] -> Set as StartUp Project Command: Project.SetasStartUpProject Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 5/9/2010 Code: vstipEnv0014 When you work with multiple projects there is always one that is the "StartUp Project"...
  • Blog Post: Using Solution Folders

    Menu: Project -> Add New Solution Folder; [Right-Click Solution] -> Add -> New Solution Folder Command: Project.AddNewSolutionFolder Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 3/27/2010 Code: vstipProj0009 Did you know there are special folders to help you organize large solutions? There is! They...
  • Blog Post: Hide or Show the Solution File in Solution Explorer

    Menu: Tools -> Options -> Projects and Solutions -> General Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 3/26/2010 Code: vstipProj0008 If you don't like seeing the solution file in Solution Explorer, you can easily hide it (or show it if you have it hidden). First, let's review what the default looks like...
  • Blog Post: Type-Ahead Selection Support in Solution Explorer

    Versions: 2008,2010 Published: 2/18/2010 Code: vstipTool0010 Ever have a ton of files in Solution Explorer and wanted to go to one in particular very quickly? It's easy to do just click anywhere in Solution Explorer and start typing the name of the file you want. For example if I have a solution with...
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