Two things I don’t like in Visual Studio 2010

I use Visual Studio 2010 since a few months ago. And I found two things in the IDE that I don’t like at all:

  • Double clicking an open document tab header (sometimes unintented, due to subsequent clicking for viewing different open documents) sets up the view as a floating popup window; double clicking the title of popup window again should (in my opinion) set the document as a docked tab again, but instead it maximized the window (which is rarely intended).
  • The Find and Replace window doesn’t always recall its position and size on screen when reopening it (for example, after restarting the environment). Moreover, the default position is not appropriate, i.e. by default part of the window (including command buttons) seems to be invisible; and to be worse, if you resize the window to get smaller, no scroll viewer is shown to allow you to scroll down for using the command buttons (I am lucky to have some command shortcut keys memorized).

About Sorin Dolha

My passion is software development, but I also like physics.
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