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    Visual Studio 2010

    Hi,

    This post is not related with a C++ issue, so I apologize if I should have ask my question here.
    But recently, one of my colleague and I have downloaded the trial version of Visual Studio 2010 and we are using it for developping C++ application. But we found out that the new visual studio is barely usable. It crashes several times per day, we lost the copy/paste functionalities and nothing work in the dialog editor (I mean I can create a dialog and place buttons but when I double click the button, no code is added in the dialog class, or if I try to use the property manager to add a WM_SIZE event or OnInitDialog function, it always fail).

    Two different machines (one Vista and one 7) and both does not work. Visual studio 2008 is working like a charm. Should we go give up 2010? Or is there some patch available? Just want to share some experience here....

    madric

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    Re: Visual Studio 2010

    Quote Originally Posted by madric View Post
    ... we lost the copy/paste functionalities and nothing work in the dialog editor (I mean I can create a dialog and place buttons but when I double click the button, no code is added in the dialog class, or if I try to use the property manager to add a WM_SIZE event or OnInitDialog function, it always fail).
    Windows XP SP3, VS2010 Ultimate:
    1. Code is added in the dialog class after double click.
    2. Open the Class Wizard (Ctrl+Shift+X) and add what you want: member variables, message handlers, virtual methods, ...
    Last edited by VictorN; July 23rd, 2010 at 10:08 AM.
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    Re: Visual Studio 2010

    It's definitely a bit ropey compared to VS2005.

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    Re: Visual Studio 2010

    I don't experience any of the issues you describe with my VS2010 installation.

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