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If Resharper is installed, integrate OzCode into R#'s Quick-Fix Menu instead of providing own text editor adornement

Jörg B. 4 years ago • updated by Omer Raviv (CTO) 2 years ago 9
I (like many other VS users most likely) heavily rely on and use Jetbrain's Resharper and its and your VS Text Editor adornments get confusingly overlapped sometimes and 'enhance' the text editor view in a rather cumbersome way.

I'd suggest to (optionally/opt-in) integrate your 'Create Tracepoint / Start Debugging / etc..' entries into the Resharper menu (if R# is installed/available), maybe in a OzCode Sub-menu there.

Their SDK makes that rather easy and that would greatly reduce visual clutter and I guess the overlap of users that have R# AND OzCode is rather big.

Cheers,
-Jörg

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Under review
Thank you very much for your feedback, Jorg! We're currently working on a change that will move the OzCode QuickActions into its own Margin (as was implemented in Resharper v8). This will eliminate the cases where OzCode's QuickAction overlaps/hides text or Resharper's QuickActions icon, and will move the visual noise away from the code-editor. We hope you will like this change (which should be deployed in a few weeks) and look forward to hearing from you, how you like the new experience and whether you find it fully satisfactory.

Thanks again.
Under review
Thank you very much for your feedback, Jorg! We're currently working on a change that will move the OzCode QuickActions into its own Margin (as was implemented in Resharper v8). This will eliminate the cases where OzCode's QuickAction overlaps/hides text or Resharper's QuickActions icon, and will move the visual noise away from the code-editor. We hope you will like this change (which should be deployed in a few weeks) and look forward to hearing from you, how you like the new experience and whether you find it fully satisfactory.
Answer
Under review
Thank you very much for your feedback, Jorg! We're currently working on a change that will move the OzCode QuickActions into its own Margin (as was implemented in Resharper v8). This will eliminate the cases where OzCode's QuickAction overlaps/hides text or Resharper's QuickActions icon, and will move the visual noise away from the code-editor. We hope you will like this change (which should be deployed in a few weeks) and look forward to hearing from you, how you like the new experience and whether you find it fully satisfactory.

Thanks again.
Hi Omer,

great, looking forward to the changes!

Thanks,
-Jörg
Hi again Jörg,

The changes I've mentioned were just released in the new version of OzCode. Please try these out and let us know what you think!
Hi Omer,

I just gave it a try & first look.. and it does in fact work / look way better now. Awesome, thanks!

-J
What's integrated?

We've put OzCode's QuickActions into its own margin, so that they do not conflict with Resharper's. OzCode does not integrate with Resharper but we've made sure there is no conflict what so ever when using the two together.
Is there any chance to integrate with resharper?
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Integrate in what way? Having just one margin item instead of two?