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  1. Don't use Microsoft Products!!!!!!!!!!

    how can you have a compiler error "boolean variable is unsued" - when it obviously is in the code. When what the F***king error actually means is that the variable is not used in a comparison??? Who the **** in your organisation thought this would be a good idea????
    Once again, this error has wasted my life!!! - when I would like to be at home with my family!!!!!

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    Thank you for your feedback. To report bugs, we encourage you to use the “Report a Problem” feature under the Help | Send Feedback menu in Visual Studio. This provides us with necessary context so that we can most efficiently address the issue.

    Paul Chapman
    Visual Studio Program Manager

  2. test

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  3. Dark themes support visual studio. I am using vs12 in high cotrast mode and want to get it better

    Dark themes support visual studio. I am using vs12 in high cotrast mode and want to get it better

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    0 comments  ·  Accessibility  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    I want to personally thank you for taking the time to share this suggestion. Since the suggestion you raised has not gathered many votes, the Visual Studio team is prioritizing other suggestions and closing it at this time.

    If you would like us to reconsider this, please create a new suggestion. Again, thank you for sharing with us!

    — The Visual Studio Team

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