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, 9 Jul 2010
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Here's how you might word this to be a little more clear:When IntelliSense is invoked in Visual Studio it can sometimes obscure text or information from the code block below the line you're editing. To momentarily reveal the covered area below the IntelliSense window, press and hold the...
Here's how you might word this to be a little more clear:
 
When IntelliSense is invoked in Visual Studio it can sometimes obscure text or information from the code block below the line you're editing.
 
To momentarily reveal the covered area below the IntelliSense window, press and hold the CTRL key and the window will go semi-transparent. Release CTRL to restore IntelliSense.
 
Cheers.

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TheyCallMeMrJames
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For almost 30 years I have been working with computers, learning a myriad of languages and participating in various computing environments.
 
Though I have been mentoring other developers for the last decade, I have recently found a strong interest in writing and am learning to translate the fun of in-person teaching to something I can get into article form.
 
I enjoy following technology trends, new gadgets and trying to guess where innovation will lead us next (I'm kinda holding out for a robot-served utopia, but willing to submit to our future robot leaders).
 
I am a guy who is passionate about my faith, my family and a cure for Juvenile Diabetes (my son lives with this disease).

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