1 voteHossein Aarabi shared this idea and gave it 1 vote ·
We’re taking another look based on all the feedback here! As Doug pointed out, this is rather hard problem though.
- Siddharth (PM on TFS)
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TFS Program ManagerHossein Aarabi gave this 3 votes ·
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I belive this is planned by MS, according to MS comment on a similar request.
No edit functionality? hmmm
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I have a suggestion:
Some VS addon cause VS performance to degrade. Is it possible to provide a task manager or something like that will pin-point which addon is causing the performance problems? (May be similar to how IE 9 detects an addon is causing the browser to load slowly)
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In my opinion, this is a must. Over the years this has cause many issues for me.Hossein Aarabi gave this 2 votes ·
2 votescompleted · 1 comment · Visual Studio » Team Foundation Server · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Hossein Aarabi shared this idea and gave it 2 votes ·