File Path On Footer Extension version 1.4.3 released with Environment Font Support.
Tools->Options->Environment->Fonts and Colors->Environment Font
Sample screenshot with custom Environment Font setting
- Fixed – Invalid Exception message while copying file path using right click.
- Fixed – File path was not properly visible (bottom area was cropped) if we change the Environment Font settings.
Fixed – Unwanted exception message was showing on Web Essentials Preview Pane of .LESS file.
Fixed – underscore (_) was not showing in file path.
Fixed font change in Conditional Breakpoint window.
Fixed an issue in .sql file.
Exception handlers are updated to show detailed error descrition, if any.
Fixed Invalid text in Conditional Breakpoint and Quick Watch window.
Added support to 11 Visual Studio Themes
Added support to more files.
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Color Picker version 1.2 released with HSL, HSB\HSV, CMYK color codes and Tints & Shades of the selected color.
The New look is here,
If you see the below UI, you will get an idea about the changes. Thanks Martin for the suggestions.
Integrated Color Picker for Visual Studio IDE offers the below options,
- Color Selection from Color Canvas.
- Color Selection from Available Colors.
- Color Selection from Standard Colors.
- Color Selection from Saved Colors.
- Color Selection using Eyedropper.
- Copy\Paste Color codes (Name, Hex, #Hex, RGBA, ARGB, HSL, HSB\HSV and CMYK).
- Color Tints & Shades.
Read more from Color Picker Page.
Using this plugin you can Open Visual Studio Developer Command Prompt from IDE and Execute command to a Default Path or any Project Item path. Read More…
Table Valued Parameters and User Defined Table Type are available from SQL Server 2008 but still many developers are not aware of it. Before SQL Server 2008 it was not possible to pass a table variable to a stored procedure, for that case we mostly relied on xml data type to send multiple rows to a stored procedure. Now we can use Table Valued Parameters in stored procedure, and to use Table Valued Parameters we need to create a User Defined Table Type.
A user-defined table type is a user-defined type that represents the definition of a table structure. You can use a user-defined table type to declare table-valued parameters for stored procedures or functions, or to declare table variables that you want to use in a batch or in the body of a stored procedure or function. Using Table Valued Parameter we can easily pass multi row data to stored procedure.
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This simple extension helps you to easily open a text based file in default or configured editor. Currently it supports only Notepad as the external editor. Read More…
This Visual Studio extension lets you to modify read-only flag of a file easily from the Visual Studio Editor. Read More…
I have recognized by MVP (Most Valuable Professional) by Code Project again for the year 2015.
This is third time I have been awarded with MVP. I received the mail from Chris Maunder that, I have been awarded as CodeProject MVP for the year 2015 on recognition towards my contribution to the community. Here is the mail that I received from him:
In recognition of your outstanding contributions to the community, either through Quick Answers, the forums or through articles and tips, you have been awarded CodeProject MVP status for 2015.
Your MVP status will be recognized through the MVP icon you will have next to your forum postings as well as a notice in your member profile. Also, as formal recognition of your award status we will be sending out certificates to all our MVPs. ………..
Again, Thank you for all the help you have provided to the community.
I would like to congratulate all the MVP Winners 2015. I would like to thank all my readers, friends and well wishers for their support and suggestions and thanks to Chirs Maunder(Co- Founder of Code Project).
It’s been a year I have started my blog with a hope that it will give a chance to get more closer with the developer community. I am extremely satisfied with the support and cooperation of my online friends, their suggestions helped me a lot on improving my blogging skills.
This year I will try to find more time on blogging. Thanks everyone for the wonderful support and hoping the same in this year too.
“Your success and happiness lies in you. Resolve to keep happy, and your joy and you shall form an invincible host against difficulties”.– Helen Keller, American author, political activist, and lecturer
Best wishes for New Year 2015
Keep going! Happy Programming.