Don’t forget to voice your opinion whether VS should support dragging code files

Wow!  Thanks for all the responses.  If you haven’t responded yet, please leave comments at Should VS support dragging code files onto a secondary montior?, even if you agree with everything that has already been said.  Also, feel free to say, “hey, i use just a single monitor, so this doesn’t affect me.”  I’m interested in the number of people who use multi-monitor versus those who don’t, and of course, the number of people who want this support.

Thanks again!


Comments (5)

  1. Marty says:

    This definitely would be a great feature.

  2. The problem is that those who use single monitor (the majority) don’t care, this feature is just not interesting and that is why they would not post any feedback on your post. Actually they would not read it at all. So you are going to overestimate the numbers of those versus those.

  3. sara ford says:


    You’re absolutely correct about the statistics. But then again, Probability and Stats was 1 of 2 math courses i didn’t get A’s in. But that weekend trip down for Mardi Gras was so much more worth the A. =)

    I’m defiitely keeping in mind that the single monitor users probably won’t respond (but i want to give them an opportunity to do so, if they so desire). My developer and I were curious just how many responses we would get for multi-monitor users.

    Thanks for the feedback!

  4. Andy says:

    Absolutely! I have been using three monitors for over two years.

  5. Don says:

    I only work with one monitor, but I still think it is a good feature. If people only coded for the lowest common denominator, their wouldn’t be any innovation to take advantage of new technology.