Important notice: ReSharper 5.1.1 Expiry notification
Some of our users are reporting issues with ReSharper 5.1.1 expiring. We apologize for this problem and are working very hard to solve the situation and release a fixed version of 5.1.1. We hope that will happen today.
In the meantime, you have two options:
- Downgrade to use ReSharper 5.0 released version. Click here to download
- Upgrade to use ReSharper 5.1.2 Nightly Build from the Early Access Program (EAP).
Recommended build is 1754. Direct link is here
FIXED! We’ve got a new build (5.1.1753.4) that fixes the expiry problem. Please download it from ReSharper downloads page.
Once again, we greatly apologize for this issue and any inconvenience it may cause you.
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