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Sean, can you let me know what he did, if possible - I'd like to update my guide to prevent it happening again?
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"Common sense is so rare these days, it should be classified as a super power" - Random T-shirt
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Greetings and Kind Regards. Several times per day while working in Visual Studio (VS) the keyboard stops responding and the keyboard cursor is nowhere to be seen so I must reach for the mouse and click within the editor to bring the cursor back. This has been going on over many previous VS versions. It may be related to the speed of typing though am not completely certain. I find it difficult to believe it only occurs on my system and does not occur to the developers of VS as well and so always wonder why they do not repair it as it must be as much of a nuisance to them as to myself. May I please ask if this occurs to anyone of you? Also I am fascinated in wondering just how many developers work on VS. If any of you know I would appreciate being informed. Thank You Kindly. Finally I am glad I am not one of the VS developers as it seems amazingly complex. Incidentally I just discovered the nice feature whereby VS presents my own macro arguments when writing same. A nice touch. - Cheerio
PS The disappearing keyboard cursor only occurs in VS and no other editor I utilize.
On a more serious note, It cannot come as a surprise that they have to slash the battery current as the batteries get older. Internal resistance goes up and they will catch fire otherwise.
And 620 kg of batteries per car (Model S 100D) that cannot be recycled economically. Approx. 5% is recycled today, the rest is going into landfills or "storage".