I have a design question for you. Yes, I don't own the project system anymore, but
I started this particular issue, and I want to follow up on it:
In VS 2002, whenever you double-click on a form file in solution explorer, the project
system always opens the form designer on that file.
We are considering modifying the behavior in Whidbey so that the project system will
track the most-recently-viewed state for the file. If you had most recently looked
at the code view, double-clicking would take you to the code view. If you had most
recently looked at the design view, double-clicking would take you to the design view.
This state would not be persisted across closing and reopening the project.
What do you think? Should we stick with the current behavior, or should we change
to the new behavior? And why?