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Posted 11 Oct 2013

Intellisense Tips

, 11 Oct 2013
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Everybody loves visual studio 2008 Intellisense.  One side affect is that when Intellisense window is opened you can't see code beneath it.  But

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Everybody loves visual studio 2008 Intellisense.  One side affect is that when Intellisense window is opened you can't see code beneath it.  But sometimes you need to see the code so you might be pressing ESC button to close Intellisense window.  You might not know that but there is a solution for that.  Press CTRL key while Intellisense window is open it will make your Intellisen window transpart so that you can view the source code beneath it.  Isn't it nice?

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