Oh I can't because the whole horizontal space is occupied by the menus, so there is only a tiny 20x20 area where I can actually grab the window. I know, I could have cloned the original as well but even then, at some point, I need to know which instance hosts which solution. It worked originally, but, broke with one of the numerous updates and has been broken since. I don't get all the complaining. It would be great to extend that concept to unreferenced methods and so on: the suggested behavior would be to remove the method — and, similarly to other suggested behaviors, it should be possible to apply that behavior solution-wide.
Mercifully, these versions supported saving your settings to a file. CodeLens shows the number of references a type or method has, information about unit tests covering the method, and data directly from Application Insights. Colorful theme The colorful theme aligns with the visuals of our modern Office apps by bringing their primary accent color to the ribbon. Depending on the language support available for the file type, all matching references and declarations are highlighted and read and write accesses get different colors. By default, the Seti file icon set is used and those are the icons you see in the File Explorer.
When the user opens a context menu and presses the up arrow, the selected position should go from the top of the menu to the bottom of the menu, and vice versa when at the bottom and the down arrow is pressed, it should navigate to the topmost option in the menu Thank you! Prominent items stand out from other Status Bar entries to indicate importance. To be able to replace the Start Page completely with a custom version via an extension? Agree with others regarding the title bar, seems pretty crammed. Type the name of the file into the search box at the top right corner and then right click to edit this file. It even provides a more forgiving search experience that can work with spelling mistakes. Sorry for the rant, no offense. To do so, set a theme in the Workspace. The Side Bar is the container for views like Explorer and Search.
Making the whole toolbar area draggable is also a bad design. Keyboard shortcuts are displayed next to search results for commands, so they can be more easily memorized for future use, as shown in Figure 2. If I was staffing the project, I'd prioritize a team of developers to fix bugs over a team of artists to redesign the product icon again. This makes it easier to discover the right template for your new project. It helps me keep the focus on coding because information is easy to spot this way. Once training is done, it will let you know about the top classes for which it found usage, so you can just open a C file and start typing to try out the new recommendations.
That said, I use the dark theme. Anyway, I like the look of the preview overall. Check out , , or. Merge conflicts Merge conflict decorations are shown when the editor contains special diff ranges. We try to collect as much information upfront, so we can diagnose your problem this doc lists what we collect:. Note In the lists below. It presents you with options to clone or check out code, open a project or solution, open a local folder, or create a new project.
Could you share some details about the research itself? About the new blue which is purple. Make sure dark theme works well. I agree 1000% with AdamDotNet. First, Blue Theme is supposed to be blue, but your screenshot looks more like muted purple. Your model and what it learns about your code stay private to you. For example, any small experiment done on a Microsoft App for Windows will probably also get judged on how Windows usage overall was impacted from such a small change.
In this first iteration, we are surfacing the most common starting places and are hearing from various feedback mechanisms that there may be other tasks that should be considered. I think the previous poster meant something else than what shaggygi was talking about. Adding the release notes button to the update is a nice touch. And I like his style of communicating with users. I have spend hours just looking for the correct theme setting to change. The color should have transparency so that the side bar sections can still shine through. Tabs should be flush up against each other — maybe not visually but at least in terms of the target area for clicks.
I think an option to hide or show a title bar would be nice and keep everyone happy. Using F5 in debug mode works. Some colors should not be opaque in order to not cover other annotations. There are a few places where we present the solution name. As far as the problem statement goes.
Asserting the Superiority of the Visual Studio Dark Theme Why so excited? You can also find the new page under View Other Windows IntelliCode. This sort of feedback is exactly why we wanted to talk with you as early as possible about the changes coming to Visual Studio 2019. The color must not be opaque to not hide underlying decorations. Cobalt2 My current favorite Visual Studio Code Theme is Cobalt2. Visual Studio has had a fullscreen mode that is quite good for a long time. This will help us diagnose and address issues that you are seeing. For example, the theme gets set to Blue, then within a couple of seconds it switched back to Dark again on both.
I have not found a setting to change this and this is really a productivity problem for me. Sure, it was a little different—a slightly lighter hue than 000 and somewhat more muted text colors. IntelliCode is an optional extension for both Visual Studio 2017 and 2019, and has received some major updates that make it even better. I can understand the frustration with experience! Ayu Mirage —Â Visual Studio Code Theme The for Visual Studio are simple, bright and elegant themes. You can also suggest a feature or file a bug in our. People are, when reading dark text on a light background than vice-versa.