When I type "." after a pointer in C++, it cannot convert the "." to "->" automatically. I have tested this for many times. It can convert . to -> serveral times when I just open VS, but it won't work after that.
This is odd and should not happen. - How many . to -> convert is required approximately before it stops working? - Is this a new problem with VA build 1908? - Isn't is possible that it depends on the code context you type in? Next time it happens, can you please try restart VS immediately (without modifying anything else) and try to type . again on the very same location in the code? Is the conversion working now? (Just to rule out that it is context dependent)