Hi Medinoc, The idea has been migrated to Visual Studio Developer Community where customers can further comment and vote. You can use this direct link: https://developercommunity.visualstudio.com/content/idea/351553/revisit-codelens-user-option-to-display-above-attr.html
Thanks for your feedback! I've responded over on the new item for this on the Developer Community website, but calling out that response here in case you don't see it.
I can't find a survey that mentions this, but would love to track it down if you can share a link. Thanks!
Jordan, Program Manager, Microsoft Visual Studio for Mac
This suggestion has been migrated (please see the top of the description for where to find it
Can you please clarify the question? I'm not sure what you mean.
Visual Studio Extensibility
Where did you see that link? I can't find it anywhere
We have a new update ready for you now – version 0.4.3 was release just yesterday.
If you already have it installed, open the Visual Studio > Extensions… > Updates tab to update to the latest release. If you’re new to the extension, follow the steps in https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/mac/tf-version-control.
Please let us know how well it’s working for you. Please report issues using the Help > Report a Problem menu.
Also, please follow along with this issue going forward on our Developer Community site: https://developercommunity.visualstudio.com/content/idea/351809/tfs-version-control.html
Jordan, Program Manager, Microsoft Visual Studio for Mac
Unfortunately, we had an issue with the Extensions gallery that blocked some of you from seeing the update. It should be fixed now, sorry about that.
For anyone working with the preview version of the TFVC extension, please report issues using the Help | Report a Problem menu. Thanks! Jordan
For anyone who is blocked, there are currently two workarounds for this issue:
1. If you want to use the Ninja CMake generator, you can manually install the 32-bit version of Ninja to <vs install folder>\Common7\IDE\CommonExtensions\Microsoft\CMake\Ninja
2. Alternatively, you can edit your CMakeSettings.json file to use the "Visual Studio 15 2017" generator instead of "Ninja". See https://aka.ms/cmake for more info.
Thank you for the feedback!
We’re currently investigating the potential to support C++ debugging with IntelliTrace. To help us better understand your needs, please take this short survey about C++ debugging with IntelliTrace, or email me at Deborah.Chen@microsoft.com to share your thoughts.
Survey link: https://aka.ms/cppintellitrace
54 votesAdminVisual Studio Team (Product Team, Microsoft Visual Studio) shared this idea ·
I’m Will Buik, a Technical Product Manager on Visual Studio’s IDE team and I am back with an update. We have added an experimental feature to Visual Studio “15” Preview 5 that improves the time it takes to load Solutions. The feature is disabled by default, but you can turn it on through Tools→Options, “Projects and Solutions”→General→“Lightweight Solution load.”
We would love to hear your feedback about how lightweight Solution load works for you. If you are interested in participating in a quick user study to give us some feedback about the feature please fill out this brief survey: https://aka.ms/w2kt3j. We will reach out to you soon.
If you are interested in learning more about lightweight Solution load, check out the VS Blog: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/visualstudio/2016/10/11/shorter-solution-load-time-in-visual-studio-15/
You can download Visual Studio “15” Preview 5 here – https://www.visualstudio.com/visual-studio-pre-release-downloads/
Thanks everyone, we look forward to your feedback.
Thank you for trying out lightweight solution load - the smarter way to load your solutions. This feature helps developer only load projects that they work on.
We have addressed your feedback in upcoming Visual Studio 2017 update. You can try out Visual Studio 2017 15.3 preview release, and let us know your feedback You can download preview release from here (this will install side by side with your RTM version) https://www.visualstudio.com/vs/preview/
If you see any issues, please send us your feedback via "report a problem" tool in Visual Studio 2017.
We are happy to announce that we have started work to use your machine’s default browser for links you click within VS. Thank you for your patience.
Program Manager – Visual Studio IDE
We aren't taking away the in-IDE browser, Zev but we will definitely take your feedback about updating to something like the Edge engine into consideration as we plan our backlog. Thank you for your feedback!
-Allison Buchholtz-Au, VS Program Manager
Hi, Mark - thanks for the vote! We take accessibility very seriously and we've made some initial steps to use the macOS accessibility platform (see Miguel's mention of it in this blog post: https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/visualstudio/2017/04/12/visual-studio-for-mac-to-the-cloud-and-beyond/). We'll keep working to improve our support here.
Jordan, PM, Visual Studio for Mac
Yes, better team development is the goal. The Model.bim.layout file should not be important for team development, though. The Model.bim file is the one that matters, and in Tabular 1200 projects it is a JSON file, which hopefully makes team development a little easier right now, until a better more fine-grained solution is implemented.
Thanks for the feedback! We're renaming this to be specific to Sass and CSS, since it's mentioned explicitly in the vote. If anyone is actually voting for different auto-formatting features, please file those as a new feature vote. Thanks!
- Jordan, Visual Studio for Mac PM
@dkalbertson: which of the 4 capabilities above do you find you miss most?
3 votes1 comment · Azure DevOps (formerly Visual Studio Team Services) » Version Control (Git/TFVC) · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →
Thanks Yuriy. Can you describe the scenario a little more on how this will be useful to you?
Program Manager - VSTS
You can do something very close to what you're asking for in Visual Studio 2017 via the Code Style Configuration system (see Kasey Uhlenhuth's blog post at https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dotnet/2016/12/15/code-style-configuration-in-the-vs2017-rc-update/ that talks about how to set things up) - if you set your preference for the various rules that relate to var (like csharp_style_var_for_built_in_types ) to be false:suggestion, you'll see suggestion dots under code that uses var, and can use a quick action to switch to the strong type.
Hope this helps,
Program Manager, Visual Studio IDE Team
Thank you for using Visual Studio and for your commitment to improving it. We are currently evaluating whether we will be able to improve this experience in the product.
Angelos Petropoulos | Visual Studio Team
Can we please get further clarification on the issue being reported here? Is the problem installing these things on the box itself or is the problem using them later? For example is the problem installing NPM on the box or downloading packages from NPM later on?
There are extensions such as the "End of the Line" extension that does exactly that https://visualstudiogallery.msdn.microsoft.com/545e56a7-98d7-47f9-9d84-4681f2903060.
Visual Studio Web Team