A Quick Update on Issues and Workarounds
Users keep coming with questions whether a particular issue that they encounter in Visual Studio is related to ReSharper. Well, some of them are, some of them aren’t. Either way, we try our best to provide info on workarounds for common issues, both our own and external, in this blog post. Check it out for latest updates on
GetTempFileName()-related exceptions in certain versions of Windows, and “insufficient memory” messages caused by simple cut-and-paste operations in Visual Studio — both issues fortunately not in any way related to ReSharper.
As to ReSharper’s own issues, we keep fixing them in 5.1 Nightly Builds, hoping to provide the official 5.1 bug fix update really soon. If you happen to find stop-shipping bugs in the nightly builds, hurry up to report them!
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