Support multiple "Start Debugging" toolbar buttons that launch the app with different command line parameters
When developing a Windows console application (in either C# or C++), my team and I frequently have to test the application with 2 or 3 different sets of command line parameters. It is very annoying to have to go to the properties window and change the command line parameters for debugging (usually it involves copying a long string from somewhere) and then clicking "Start Debugging". It would be much more efficient to associate a particular command line with a button on the taskbar and then have multiple buttons to click. This would rapidly speed up development for us.
Macros would help with this...but they're gone.
It would be good to have the "command line arguments" textbox displayed as a drop down list so you can have multiple historical arguments listed. Currently I have to keep a separate file with test command line arguments and then cut'n'paste whichever one I need. Having a separate target for each is a bit of an overkill.
Also if the "command line arguments" was sizeable to the current size of the project properties pane it would be a lot more user friendly.
Should be a URL style bar in the toolbar. Besides typing, it should drop down, showing the last 10 or so command lines used, so I can quickly switch.