Did you know… What the “Default Presentation Language” setting does the Object Browser settings? – #226


In yesterday’s tip, I talk about how you can export and import your Object Browser settings.  If you examined the .vssettings file for just the Object Browser Settings category in Import / Export Settings, you may have seen

<PropertyValue name="DefaultPresentationLanguage">VB</PropertyValue>

The Object Browser tries to show the language of the current project.  If this is not possible or multiple languages exist,  the Object Browser uses the “DefaultPresentationLanguage” to decide what syntax to use.

In the example below, there’s no solution shown, so the Object Browser is forced to use this setting.

Using DefaultPresentationLanguage=VB, we see the Object Browser use VB syntax.

Object Browser VB Syntax

Using DefaultPresentationLanguage=VC#, we see the Object Browser use C# syntax.

Object Browser C# Syntax

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Comments (3)

  1. George says:

    hi Sara!

    Well done for such a nice blog. It is really very informative and helping.

    Keep up the good work

    Regards

    George

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