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||Posted - Nov 23 2020 : 3:49:06 PM
I rely on visual studio move line up and down.
Every time I update Visual Assist, it overrides them with VAssistX.ScopePrevious and VAssistX.ScopeNext
This is the shortcut shift+up-key and shift+down-key
Is there a way to stop letting Visual Assist override these shortcuts?
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||Posted - Feb 08 2021 : 05:49:19 AM
Can you please export your VA and IDE settings and send them to me:
VA Options -> Performance -> Export Settings
IDE tools menu -> Import and Export Settings -> Export selected environment settings
I can then import them here and see if I can reproduce the problem.
Please send me the files via email:
including this thread ID or URL in the description, so we can match it up.
||Posted - Feb 06 2021 : 09:56:24 AM
I don't understand the question.
This issue came back and it's really painful.
||Posted - Nov 25 2020 : 07:10:14 AM
Easy mistake to make, I just needed to check that I was looking at the correct keyboard shortcut.
Which keyboard mapping scheme do you have the IDE set to use?
||Posted - Nov 24 2020 : 2:04:22 PM
Sorry, made mistake.
I meant alt+up, and alt+down is what i use to shift line up and down.
VA overrides them with scope jumping
||Posted - Nov 24 2020 : 1:33:41 PM
So far I cannot reproduce. I started testing on a clean machine, where VA has never been installed before.
Then I install VA 2380
In C++ code, once VA parsing has finished, move the current line up and down works as normal. This is "Alt + Up Arrow" and "Alt + Down Arrow", not shift, as you mentioned.
Checking the IDE options dialog, no keyboard shortcuts are listed as being assigned to VA’s next and previous scope commands.
upgrade to VA 2382, no change
upgrade to VA 2387, no change
upgrade to VA 2393, no change
this is what I expected, since when you install VA, VA should not replace any existing keyboard shortcuts, at least not without prompting you first about this.
Do you really mean Shift and not Alt as the modifier key here?
In the IDE Options dialog -> Keyboard settings, which keyboard mapping scheme are you using? I am working with "Visual C++ 6". It is possible this could be a factor somehow.
||Posted - Nov 24 2020 : 09:13:35 AM
I update Visual Assist as they appear
See below for ful info of IDE (VS 2019)
Microsoft Visual Studio Professional 2019
Microsoft .NET Framework
Installed Version: Professional
Visual C++ 2019 00435-60000-00000-AA111
Microsoft Visual C++ 2019
ASP.NET and Web Tools 2019 16.7.532.28833
ASP.NET and Web Tools 2019
Azure App Service Tools v3.0.0 16.7.532.28833
Azure App Service Tools v3.0.0
C# Tools 3.7.0-6.20514.1+600c0dadd199296df3ed07dfabdc014563a77f7c
C# components used in the IDE. Depending on your project type and settings, a different version of the compiler may be used.
Common Azure Tools 1.10
Provides common services for use by Azure Mobile Services and Microsoft Azure Tools.
Conan Visual Studio Extension 1.0
The Conan Visual Studio Extention automates the use of the Conan C/C++ package manager for retrieving dependencies within Visual Studio projects.
IntelliCode Extension 1.0
IntelliCode Visual Studio Extension Detailed Info
Microsoft JVM Debugger 1.0
Provides support for connecting the Visual Studio debugger to JDWP compatible Java Virtual Machines
Microsoft MI-Based Debugger 1.0
Provides support for connecting Visual Studio to MI compatible debuggers
Microsoft Visual C++ Wizards 1.0
Microsoft Visual C++ Wizards
Microsoft Visual Studio VC Package 1.0
Microsoft Visual Studio VC Package
NuGet Package Manager 5.7.0
NuGet Package Manager in Visual Studio. For more information about NuGet, visit https://docs.nuget.org/
ProjectServicesPackage Extension 1.0
ProjectServicesPackage Visual Studio Extension Detailed Info
Visual Assist 10.9.2393.0
For more information about Visual Assist, see the Whole Tomato Software website at http://www.WholeTomato.com. Copyright (c)1997-2020 Whole Tomato Software, LLC
Visual Basic Tools 3.7.0-6.20514.1+600c0dadd199296df3ed07dfabdc014563a77f7c
Visual Basic components used in the IDE. Depending on your project type and settings, a different version of the compiler may be used.
Visual F# Tools 10.10.0.0 for F# 4.7 16.7.0-beta.20361.3+3ef6f0b514198c0bfa6c2c09fefe41a740b024d5
Microsoft Visual F# Tools 10.10.0.0 for F# 4.7
Visual Studio Code Debug Adapter Host Package 1.0
Interop layer for hosting Visual Studio Code debug adapters in Visual Studio
Visual Studio Tools for CMake 1.0
Visual Studio Tools for CMake
||Posted - Nov 24 2020 : 07:18:25 AM
That's not supposed to happen.
Which IDE are you using, and which version of Visual Assist are you currently using?
Do you know if you update to each version as it is released, or occasionally update, skipping several builds in one go?