Looking for Feedback on Ctrl+F3 (Edit.FindNextSelected)

I’m investigating the MSDN Product Feedback Center issue where Find Next Selected should not use regular expressions or wildcards(http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/ProductFeedback/viewFeedback.aspx?feedbackid=18ff6379-d9e2-4baa-9c61-3a99889c6ba1).The intention of the command is to take the text that is currently selected and find the next occurance of that text.  Our current design has this tied to the options in the Quick Find/Replace dialog.  This…

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Snippy Released!

We have released a new powertoy Snippy.  It is a Code Snippet editor that will allow you to create new code snippets or modify existing ones.  Please let us know if you have any problems installing or using it.  There are two versions posted, one for the Beta2 version of the .NET Framework and another one…

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Tabs, Backspace, Delete and other commands not working in the editor

Several people have been reporting problems on MSDN Product Feedback with Visual Studio Beta 2 in which the Editor stops responding to most commands but still allows typing.  The good news is that we have identified a fix for the issue, we know how to prevent it and how to get out of the state when…

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Emacs and Brief Emulations in Visual Studio 2005 (aka Whidbey) Beta 2

I hope that everyone has had a chance to download Beta 2 of Whidbey as there have been many improvements since Beta 1.  If not, you can download it here: http://lab.msdn.microsoft.com/vs2005/get/. Two of the features that we’ve improved since Beta 1 are Brief and Emacs emulations.  We’ve made many changes based on customer and internal feedback…

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Upcoming Visual C++ Editor and IDE Features Chat

This is just a quick post to let everyone know that the VS Core Editor Team and the C++ Editor team will be having a chat this Wednesday at 1 PM Pacific.  We’ll be there to answer questions about new Whidbey features such as Code Definition Window, Call Browser, Emacs & Brief Emulations and XML…

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