Thanks for your idea. We definitely considered adding these visual assistance effects for unit testing assertions and even considered automatically suggesting using OzCode's Compare when Assert.Equals() fails. We hope to implement these ideas in a future version of OzCode.
That sounds like a great idea. We hope to implement it in a future version.In the meantime, you can use the OzCode QuickWatch window (ctrl+alt+Q or shift+F9, depending on your shortcut scheme) and type in "this"+ Enter
OzCode is usually able to detect NullReferenceException and mark the offending expression in red.The only limitation is that this sometimes fails to work in code that deals with native methods. If you see otherwise, we would appreciate it if you could send us a screenshot of the case in which the detection fails.
Thanks for the report.
We couldn't reproduce the issue you've reported with your settings, changing the dpi settings shouldn't cause a problem with the OzCode UI.
We'll have to take a deeper look into it.
Thank you very much for letting us know,
We'll investigate, we'll keep you posted when we have news.
You are absolutely right, we also feel the same way about this and we'll be sure to fix this.
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Thanks for the report, we will further investigate and fix this and we'll update this post once there's a new version available.
Unity support is currently experimental only but we hope to fully support it in the future.
Actually, we just forgot to change the version number but the downloadable file is indeed OzCode v3.0. OzCode will let you know if there's a new update whenever you close all instances of VS. also, you're also welcome to take a look at our version history
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