Visual Studio :: Turn Text Editor To Show Line Number On Window 7?
Mar 16, 2010
I just installed Visual studio 2010 ultimate RC on my windows 7 server. It doe snot show line number. So I went to Tool->Option->Editor, however, there is no where I cna find line number choice.
I used to have Visual Studio 2010 professional beta, it has the same problem, no line number to show up. However, it has a check box: line number. Even if I check the box, still no line number to show up.
I'm faced with an usual problem. Currently, I'm working on a site as a hobby and I want to use a text editor. The problem is I do all my work from school. Unfortunately the school uses a drive shield on all their computers. So every time you turn off the computer it wipes the hard drive clean and uses an image of the original operating system once booted up. With this said - could I still download a text editor and have it working for visual studio without too much trouble?
perhaps i have found a bug in Visual Studio 2008 Team Edition.Every thing was going well.
I started to build my project, but for certain reasons i went to Built Tab and while the project wes in build process i clicked Cancel Button.Alas!! after that my class file has gone to non-editable mode.It is giving this error:
"cannot currently modify this text in the editor.It is read only ".I closed and again opened Project but no improvement.I went to Tool->Import Export Setting->reset all settings but no benefit.
When I make a change to a table in a page Visual Studio makes another.Style. After a few changes I can end up with 30+ .stlyes in a pageOften they are the same.Is there a way to manage that, say turn it off?
Anyone have this problem. When you write a ex. label name or label text in the properties window, it look like its updating the text before you actually are finish. This make you type over what you allready wrote. Its not a big problem,
Downloaded and installed vwd.net I downloaded the stuff from asp.net and now when i create a new project it is based on the site master from asp.net. that's nice, but i want to get back to the delivered defaults. how do i turn it off so that when i create a project, it's empty?
How to identify the line nr. where the exception has occured and show a piece of code around the exception?I would like to implement a custom exception handler page which would display the stack trace, and I'm looking for the easiest way to accomplish the above. While most of the information is available through the Exception object, the source code information is not available there.
I know for those who dont use it may think this is minor, but it appears that VS2010 has done away with the "Brief" style editor. Brief style editing makes me way more productive since I am one that tends to spend most of my time in the code. Does anyone know how to turn on Brief style editing in VS 2010 or are there any plans to add it in?
I've got an interesting one here - I honestly don't think I've had this issue before. My folder system looks something like this (as noobish as it may be):
-Root ../Pages ../Pages/Admin ../Pages/OtherFolder ../Pages/AnotherFolder etc.
Now - I've got a Masterpage file in the Pages folder which is the general look of the entire site. Then, in each Pages Folder there's going to be another Masterpage inheriting the Page Folder Masterpage File.This seemed like a very simple and standard approach. But I'm having an issue. When editing the application in VWD2008E - I can see the Page Masterpage file just fine in Design View. But when trying to look at the the Masterpage Files, say the Admin Folder or the OtherFolder, in Design View - nothing shows except the Page Masterpage. It's really frustrating. Oddly, when running the application, no errors pop up and the sub-folder masterpages/pages show up just fine. They simply won't display in the editor.
I'm trying to debug my web application on my localhost machine in Visual Studio 2010 and I keep getting this error: "unable to start debugging on web server. The Microsoft Visual Studio remote debugging monitor(MSVSMON.exe) does not appear to be running on the remote computer."
Is there a way I can turn this off as I'm not trying to make any attempts debugging remotely.
This is strange behavior that I've noticed with Visual Studio. I'm correcting some namespace and scope issues with in a project. When I start to address the issues with one of the files I start off with 12 errors. Then I open the file and the number of errors increase to 36. But then when the file is open and I build the project it says that there are only 12 errors. Why would it show that there are 36 errors initially when there are really only 12 when the solution is built?
i am using VS 2005 with Sql Server 2005 Business Inteligance Studio. All my reports are by default open in Xml editor, not in Report Desginer. how to change it to Report Desginer , i don't find any open with option .
Does anyone have a recommendation of a link(s) that provides a variety of color schemes either to be set manually or through a file for VS.NET 2008? For example instead of the default, white background with blue and black letters (VB.NET), etc. I want to see some contrasting black background color schemes or other combinations?
My development groups uses shelf sets for doing code reviews. When a shelf set has a new-to-source-control file, I need to view it. I had configured Notepad as my viewer application for several file suffixes but now I would like to change that to another application. Problem is that I cannot find anywhere how to change that association--it is *not* the Windows-wide app/file-type asociation kept in the Windows registry.
how to reset the default application assignments used in shelf set reviews?
In VWD, we can customize-edit-command to your heart's content. But there is none for what I used to get in NetBeans or Eclipse: go to the last edited position (after 5 minutes of search for the correct spelling of some name in the page).I know there is Navigate Back, but I often need to do click [Navigate Back] 10 times to get to 'last edited line'.
It would be nice if I can navigate through the 'green bars' (Yes, it is very difficult to find out what are green bars, once you found out, you want to be able to visit each of these using next or prev).
Also where is the documentation or help ofr each of the some 50 edit commands such as 'go to Reference'.