Absolutely agree. I am sick of trying to type complicated messages into google. I don't care how it's done. A right hand mouse button would do. That would work as an 'afterthought' as all that would be needed is a few mouse-action delegates.
I wanted it mainly for comments / documentation. But I quite like the idea of "Ok Snippet". But thinking about it code would be possible by a voice-parser learning that when I say 'left bracket' I mean '(' . When I say "signalController" I mean "signalController" and not "signal controller". So that would need two Dictionary<sound,string>. There would be one for C or VB, and one per project/solution to memorise properties and methods etc The 'normal' speech recognition could be used for comments.
I absolutely agree. I came to present this idea and found I had been beaten to the line. I suggest that as well as
Dock as Tabbed Document,
..there should also be a '
Float on Top
This would (for me) be very useful for Watch, Error List and Immediate windows.
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Unfortunately (for me anyway) the way Ctrl-M Ctrl-O works has changed in the code editor between 2015 and 2017. It used to collapse down to regions if they were there. Now it doesn't. I would dearly like an edit.CollapseToRegions. Ctr+M+R would suit me.