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Thanks for the feedback! This is a good catch and is certainly a bug. We unfortunately won't be able to address this bug in VS2010 given our current focus on high priority performance and stability issues, but we will be reconsidering these types of bugs as we begin planning for our next release. In the meantime, I'm going to go ahead and resolve the bug as "Wont Fix" but feel free to either re-activate the bug or contact me directly at XXX@microsoft.com with any more questions/comments.
I wonder if my boss will allow me to add "Won't Fix" to our Action Taken list? My job just got easier.
Deja Moo - When you feel like you've heard the same bull before.
Is that why Microsoft adds so many "features" to each release, service pack, patch, and product? I realize that the Redmond campus exists in a different universe; I just can't decide whether it's the one described by Scott Adams or Douglas Adams.
"A Journey of a Thousand Rest Stops Begins with a Single Movement"
They didn't fix ANY of the issues I reported as an MVP for 2005 ( or in 2008 ), although they sent me a nice decorative paperweight. This included issues that make the design view useless, and issues that make WPF incapable of loading and resizing images reliably.
Driven to the arms of OSX by Vista.
Read my blog to find out how I've worked around bugs in Microsoft tools and frameworks.
MS Connect is a huge failure _at least_ in public relations.
The sheer amount of "won't fix" bugs that cripple core features that are advertised as a reson to buy, of "can't repoduces" with excellent and detailed reports from multiple submitters, links to solutions buried between hundreds of comments, criss-cross-linked cases. Microsoft replies written by techies sets a very factual tone (good) that nonetheless lacks any mercy on the poor bug submitters (bad).
Some of it could be fixed by presentation: introduce a "scheduled for next release", and marking one MS reply as "official answer". But in the end, the additional transparency also means less illusions.
Personally, I love the idea that Raymond spends his nights posting bad regexs to mailing lists under the pseudonym of Jane Smith. He'd be like a super hero, only more nerdy and less useful. [Trevel] | FoldWithUs! | sighist | µLaunch - program launcher for server core and hyper-v server
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