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I need code formated to my style of coding.
I looked at Resharper and visual assist, but I don't think they allow you to change the formatting style. Plus they are bloated with crap I don't need and very expensive.
I suppose I could write my own, but it looks very difficult to learn extension writing.
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The phone company technician has come to change our router as it looks like the old one was damaged (it was dropping wifi often).
After that I've needed to reconfigure every device at home to connect to the wifi and till now everything seems to work as expected.
But... (this is the funny part).
Some of you will remember I have an access point that can be configured as a range extender.
I’ve paired it with the brand new router using WPS in order to ensure nothing by my hand could make it go wrong.
In order to test it was working I disconnected the Wifi on my laptop and through a network cable connected directly to the range extender, I’ve navigated the Internet a little at full speed and without any problem.
The router is at channel 11 now and it is far from any other devices. Thank you "Wifi Analyzer".
The signal from the router at the access point/range extender oscillates between 65% to 100%.
The signal downstairs is more or less between 50% to 60%.
When I go downstairs I can use two phones to navigate and to receive mail without problems.
Notice that the router signal doesn’t arrive downstairs, both phones are navigating through the range extender thing (data in phones is disabled so I'm sure of that).
But my laptop doesn't want to cope with it.
Mostly it shows a perfect connection (4 of the 5 bars on the task bar) and it shows that it has internet access (in the network and shared resources window)
COMPUTER WLAN XXXX Internet
But I can’t navigate.
And from time to time, even it shows the connection is done (4 of 5 bars) it tells me the Internet is not available.
COMPUTER --> WLAN XXXX -X- Internet
In any of the previous situations I can’t navigate but I can see I'm connected to the home group (even I can't navigate the computers in the home group)...
LATEST TEST DONE:
1. disable data in the cell phone.
2. connect the cell phone through USB.
3. Activate USB tethering.
4. navigate through the laptop at a really nice speed.
Anyone here can imagine why this is happening? It looks like a problem in the computer… not in the range extender as both phones can manage to navigate with the data disabled (so it is using the wifi signal).
I can’t move the router which would be the easiest thing to do, and I can’t put a long cable between both places (up and downstairs).
Sorry for the long story and thank you all for reading/posting!
I hate wifi. I just do. 2 weeks ago I replaced my ancient 802.11g-based router because my wifi connection was becoming the bottleneck for file transfers between PCs on my LAN. Now it's faster, but inevitably 1 out of ~10 web pages I attempt to load (on any browser, on any device) simply fails to load, complaining I have no internet connection. The previous router was rock-solid, in that respect. Started as soon as it got replaced. Hitting Refresh once fixes it, every time. (And then depending on the site I may have to login again, such as my bank - rather annoying).
I never hear anyone complaining about wired connections.
Sorry, did I just make this about me instead of you?
[Edit] There it goes again - I hit Post, my browser thinks I'm not connected.