No Intellisense with VS 2010 RC (and how to fix it)
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by Scott Guthrie
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How to Fix this?

Fixing this situation with the VS 2010 RC is pretty easy.  Just do one of two things:

1) Use the Tools->Options menu command, select the Text Editor->C# settings, and then check the two circled check boxes above (Auto-list members and Parameter information).  Intellisense will then be turned on and work fine.

or:

2) Install the version of Resharper that works with the VS 2010 RC. It then enables intellisense using its own mechanism.

We are modifying the profile import behavior in the final release of VS 2010

We’ve heard reports of a few people running into this – and since the behavior is pretty confusing we are modifying the profile import behavior with the final release of VS 2010 to avoid it.  If a plugin has turned intellisense off with VS 2008, by default when you import the profile into VS 2010 we will re-enable it.  This will ensure that on a clean VS 2010 install intellisense always works by default. 

Hope this helps,

Scott


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