Author Archives: Sergey Vlasov

Visual Time Spent v1.3 adds export to CSV and time spent percentage

Visual Time Spent automatically tracks your time spent working on solutions, projects and documents in Visual Studio IDE. It allows you to generate reports to see overall time spent and what activities took most time. v1.3 adds the VS 2017 … Continue reading

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ESharper v1.6.1 adds support for Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel

ESharper is an Excel add-in that lets you write user defined functions and commands using C# interactively in a live Excel session. v1.6.1 adds default reference to Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel.dll providing access to the Microsoft.Office.Interop.Excel library. Download the installer.

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Runtime Flow v1.8.0 adds simpler VS 2017 integration and global keyboard shortcuts to pause and resume monitoring

Runtime Flow in real time monitors and logs function calls and function parameters in a running .NET application and shows a stack trace tree, with no instrumentation or source code required for monitoring. v1.8.0 adds the VS 2017 integration module … Continue reading

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Tabs Studio v4.3.1 includes CloseRight and SuperCommands add-ins

Tabs Studio is a Visual Studio and SSMS extension empowering you to work comfortably with any number of open documents. v4.3.1 adds CloseRight and SuperCommands add-ins to the installer, fixes the inability to install Tabs Studio for VS 2017 with … Continue reading

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Command and extension examples for Visual Commander

Visual Commander is a freemium extension for Visual Studio 2012+ allowing you to automate repetitive tasks in the IDE. v2.7 adds command and extension examples accessible from the main VCmd menu: Click Edit to view command code, experiment with it … Continue reading

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Changing Visual Studio 2017 private registry settings

Visual Studio traditionally includes several settings that can be set only in registry (HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\VisualStudio\[version] key). For example, Find result format, UseSolutionNavigatorGraphProvider or EnableVSIPLogging. Visual Studio 2017 continues to support these settings, but now uses the RegLoadAppKey function to store registry … Continue reading

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New code navigation shortcuts in Visual Studio 2017

The new Go to All window in Visual Studio 2017 lets you navigate directly to any file or symbol by typing a search query: You can open this window using keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+, or Ctrl+T assigned by default to the … Continue reading

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