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||Posted - Sep 07 2021 : 12:17:11 PM
I'm using VisualAssist build 2393 on Visual Studio 2019 (16.3.9).
I'd like to add support for custom extensions we use for HLSL shader files: ".mshader" and ".mshaders".
I followed the instructions in this page: https://docs.wholetomato.com/default.asp?W353
I exited VisualStudio, and modified the registry variables:
However, upon reloading Visual Studio, I still don't get color highlighting in .mshader files.
If I rename a shader file to ".h" or ".cpp" I do get highlighting, so it's not a problem with the file contents.
Is there anything else I need to do to enable support for those extensions?
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||Posted - Sep 09 2021 : 2:53:51 PM
Happy to help!
||Posted - Sep 09 2021 : 2:45:38 PM
That worked beautifully!
Thank you very much!
||Posted - Sep 09 2021 : 12:36:29 PM
Sorry for the delay.
To get VA to treat the new extensions as a C++ file and provide highlighting, please follow the instructions here. There are a few extra steps that the other documentation page does not list.
||Posted - Sep 09 2021 : 10:17:22 AM
Does anyone from Whole Tomato have any idea why I can't get this feature to work?