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Been driving for 40 years too and always knew about that.
You're just ignorant.
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In the grand scheme of things, it's a tiny "nice touch" type of thing. People miss "bigger" features. True story:
My dad installs remote car starters on the side (he's retired after 40+ years as an auto mechanic). A friend of his wanted to get one installed in his car. He brought it in, my dad took a look at his keyfob...and had to tell him he's already got one. Held down a button for a second or two, and sure enough, the car started. The guy had owned the car for over 3 years (and often went outside on cold mornings to start it up) and never realized he had a remote starter.
But it's there, and yes, the filler is on that side ... have you ever noticed?
My daughter pointed it out to me when she bought a car a couple of years ago.
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A similar "problem": I ran into a need for a COM-port connection to my PC, and searched like crazy for it before I had to realize that the PC has no COM-port. I had had that PC for nearly three years without noticing.
Later, I learned that the mainboard does have a COM port header. Everything that was needed was a cable to make it available outside the cabinet. But at that time, it was too late.
Go to Tools => Source Control. By default, TFS is selected. Great!
I go to File, Add To Source Control, and up comes this:
Source Control - Git
The current solution has projects that are located outside the solution folder. These projects will not be source controlled in the Git repository. To add all the projects to a single Git repository please consolidate all projects under a single folder.
Really?? I don't want GIT!! I want TFS.
Go back into Options and Git is selected
WTF Microsoft?? Really??
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
Everything makes sense in someone's mind.
Ya can't fix stupid.
Too many issues with TFS and EF for us to continue,
You didn't have to use VS2019 to have issues with EF.
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