|Is there a way to do multiline editing a-la Visual Studio in Sublime?|
Answer: Standard way: Ctrl + Alt + Cursor (which
flips the screen orientation on my laptop). A way
that works: Keyboard Column Selection for Sublime
Text 2 on Windows
|How to map keys in VsVim to Visual Studio commands?|
You do it via your _vsvimrc file.
This should do the trick:
nnoremap gb :vsc View.NavigateBackward<CR>
You can even map extension commands, like those
nnoremap gi :vsc
The full documentation is here:
|Visual Studio 2013 keeps requiring to enter in MS Live username/password for license|
Visual Studio logs in using a token, and that
token has a limited lifetime. Visual Studio will
try to extend the token in the background, but
there are a couple of things that could cause the
renewal to fail. In such cases you need to log in
again to get a fresh token.
Some actions/conditions I know of:
A wifi-connection that requires form
Proxy servers that interfere;
|Visual Basic / Visual Studio 2013 Trackbar Movement Direction|
Thanks idle. Thank you for creating a definition
for this before-unforeseen conundrum. I tried
declaring a variable to hold the previous value of
the trackbar, but I couldn't quite figure out how
to go about it since every time the trackbar is
moved the variable is changed.
Figured it out, sorry for being a noob...
Private Sub TrackBar1_Scroll(sender As Object, e
As EventArgs) Handles Tr
|How do you change the foreground color of the VS Package Manager Console with PowerShell?|
The properties that you would use in the standard
and $host.PrivateData.ErrorBackGroundColor) are
not available in the package manager console.
|Visual Studio hits unknown breakpoint|
.model small is for 16-bit-MSDOS, not for
32-bit-Windows (Win32). Try following code:
mov eax, 1
|How can I use Bower as a package manager with Visual Studio 2013? I.e. I have a .NET project and want to add some packages uses Bower|
If I am correct, the task explorer is only there
to automate build tasks for you, combined with
grunt. Getting NPM, Bower and Grunt are all manual
steps you need to do for your project via the
command line. After you installed the stuff from
Hanselmans blog, you have to start with installing
NPM for your project, then you add bower and grunt
via NPM. DO the following:
Open a command line and nav
|Is there a way to easily share Workspace settings (folder mappings) for Visual Studio Online / Team Foundation Server?|
I'll answer my own question: yes, there is an easy
Install "Microsoft Visual Studio Team Foundation
Server 2013 Power Tools":
After installing you will have a new option in
Team Explorer: Team Members. Click it.
Click "Team Utilities".
Click "Add Template".
Select the Workspace you want to create a
|Visual Studio 2012 is unresponsive at start with hidden error messages (two dings at start)|
The problem caused by Microsoft Azure HDInsight
Tools for Visual Studio which is new release and
possible not compatible with Visual Studio 2012,
however installs into the Visual Studio 2012 and
causing problems at start.
To fix this problem, uninstall Microsoft Azure
HDInsight Tools for Visual Studio from the system.
(Just spent three days to fix it)
|CMake: add_custom_command with output in build config related directory|
Use the CMake variable CMAKE_CFG_INTDIR in your
custom command, as demonstrated in the
|Displaying work space in Visual Studio|
In Visual Studio while you are debugging: Debug
(Menu) --> Windows --> Locals
That will display the "Locals" tab which shows you
the values of variables in your local scope.
Your picture also shows the "Watch" tab which is
useful for watching any variable (or even a
calculation using any variable). Access that from
Debug --> Windows --> Watch --> Watch
[1,2,3, or 4].
|Getting PostSharp working with VSTO for Add-in Exception Management - Missing Reference PostSharp.Laos|
looks like the guide was out of date.
I fixed it by swapping out 'using PostSharp.Laos;'
with 'using PostSharp.Aspects;' and
'MethodExecutionArgs' from the code samples
|Crystal Reports Put Text in Page Header or Footer based on page content|
when I had to do this, I created a formula named
pageHeader in each subreport, set to something
" Program "
and grouped on that formula value, then in that
group's options, checked 'repeat group header on
|TFS Binding. What is its purpose?|
There are source control plugins for various SCM
tools, it just happens that you weren't using a
plugin with your previous tool.
The plugins provide IDE integration. For example,
it will show you if you've modified a file or not
within the solution explorer, and give you a
context menu with source control actions when you
right-click on a file in the IDE.
Do you need to set up binding for your
|Unable to Sign In to Visual Studio 2013|
This is indeed odd behavior, however easy to fix.
on the right part of the page under Account header
you will see link "create a free account now".
Just do it then log in your Visual Studio like you
have tried before. Worked for me.
|MSI: How to add rows to 'Upgrade' table in c#?|
You can't avoid this using VS Setup. It's one of
many design limitations of the tool. Either live
with it through postbuild hacks or rewrite your
installer using another tool such as WiX.
I maintain an open source project called IsWiX.
This has project tempates and visual designers
that make it easy to do such a task.
|visual studio 2013 on msdn includes update 4?|
It is not clear where do you got your image from
(visualstudio.com or from your MSDN subscription).
Nevertheless, both sites contain image downloads
for Visual Studio including Update 4. You can see
it directly on the visualstudio.com download page
or when you are in the download area of your MSDN
|SQL View is not showing up in LightSwitch HTML client project|
It looks like views, added directly to
(localdb)v11.0 over the SQL Server Object Explorer
are not synced back into to the ApplicationData
object in the Solution Explorer.
Workaround to get views from localDB into your
project (LightSwitch, HTML client):
add the DB file itself from the /bin folder as an
external data source to your server project, in
the Solution Explorer, by selecting "Add Data
|intellisense foreach not populating class correctly|
Possibly the XML file associated with the project
that the class comes from is not up to date, or is
not copied to the correct folder. Intellisense
uses the XML files created when projects are
|Visual Studio stopped working with our TFS Server after a windows update|
I tried few things initially, closing and
reopening VS, deleting the Team Project Collection
and try to reconnect ect...
The solution that did work:
Open up Windows Credential Manager (Control Panel
> User Accounts > Manage your credentials)
Remove all entries for that TFS server
restart Visual Studios
it works again!
|It it possible to configure Compare to use the Merge tool instead of the Diff tool?|
I love using WinMerge for both the operations. You
can find instructions on how to do it here: