WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2011
When in HTML (or Markup) view, pressing F7 will send you to the code behind. This is very helpful because that is a common need.
However, there is no shortcut to take you from the code behind back to the markup. This means that you have to find the file in the Solution Explorer and double click it (or find it in the open files bucket at the top).
I recently discovered that there is a command which will allow you to go back: View.ToggleDesigner.
To set it up go to Tools -> Options -> Keyboard. In "Show commands containing" enter View.ToggleDesigner, and then press F7 in the "Press shortcut keys".
You can remove the existing shortcut for F7 (View.ViewCode) since this does the same thing.
This is going to save me a lot of time in the course of a day.
Posted by Chet at 3:25 PM2 Comments
THURSDAY, MAY 05, 2011
This might be useful to someone. SetFSB doesn't seem to support it, but maybe in the future. My Dell Optiplex 760 uses the SLG8XP519T for its phase lock loop chip.
Posted by Chet at 4:36 PM0 Comments
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