CodeRush Express Hide the “What Happened” message as well as other settings…

I’ve been wondering about this for a while now… "How do i edit the Code Rush settings”…

Ctrl+Shift+Alt+O {Letter “o”) does the job.

There are a few settings there that are nice. The best one is Editor | Code Style | Identifiers | fields and i changed it to “camel Case” … that’s been annoying me for a while.

I think you remove those messages that are useful when you start using the tool by changing the “Level” at the bottom left of the options dialog. (change from “New User” to “Advanced” or “Expert” not sure what they do at the moment…

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One Response to “CodeRush Express Hide the “What Happened” message as well as other settings…”

  1. rorybecker Says:

    “New User / Advanced / Expert” changes the visibility of various pages listed in the left hand tree. Less pages are visible when you are “New user” and more are added for each further level you set.

    If you find yourself with any CodeRush questions, please feel free to find me on twitter http://twitter.com/RoryBecker or email me (rorybecker [at] gmail [dot] com)


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