Bug of the Week

Last Friday’s Bug of the Week Award goes to MSDN Product Feedback Center user “JDM” for the bug: Right shift of a literal int produces logical instead of arithmetic shift   Thanks for helping make Visual Studio a better product and keep the great feedback coming!   Marie Hagman Visual Studio Program Manager


Fixed or Not Repro

Recently I opened a discussion on the Microsoft responses to issues posted in the PFC. One question we’ve been grappling with that’s related is how to resolve bugs that repro on the original build the customer reported the issue for, but on our latest internal builds, it doesn’t repro anymore.   Should bugs that don’t…

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Suggestion of the Week

Ask and you shall receive! I’ve been thinking about a Suggestion of the Week since we started the Bug of the Week award because I run across so many great suggestions when hunting for bugs to award. So this week, I’d like to award the first Suggestion of the Week “Most Votes” Award to MSDN Product…


Bug of the Week

This weeks Bug of the Week Award goes to MSDN Product Feedback Center user “Jouko Kynsijärvi” for the bug: Button renders text & focus rectangle inconsistently compared to native Win32 button   Thanks for helping make Visual Studio a better product and keep the great feedback coming!   Marie Hagman Visual Studio Program Manager

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Bug of the Week

This weeks Bug of the Week “Most Votes” Award goes to MSDN Product Feedback Center user “Scott Hanselman”  for the bug he posted: Tray Icon support is limited: System.Windows.Forms.NotifyIcon doesn’t support Balloon Help without P/Invoke   This bug currently has 172 votes – the most of any bug submitted so far (note this is out…