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02-Nov-2017 10:48

Both seem to stop working completely at the same time.

The only solution that I have tried is to reset all my settings, close out of Visual Studio completely and reopen the project again.

In my case, I was simply unobservant at first and didn't see that one of the 30 projects in my solution said "(load failed)" even though one of its files was still loaded in the editor, but had no intellisense. Intellisense did not recognized an imported namespace in my case, although I could compile the project successfully.

The solution was to uncheck imported namespace on project references tab, save the project, check it again and save the project again.

In the R# options you can enable / disable R# intellisense under "Intellisense / General".

You do not write which problems you have with R# intellisense.

I'm using R# since release 1.0 and never had problems (with the exception of EAP builds).

If you have problems you can either discuss in the community forum or you can submit a support request.

Still, there's lots of new and enhanced productivity and debugging features to check out in this version.

Visual Studio keyboard shortcut to display intellisense None of those solutions worked for me, BTW I'm using C#... im currently watching a MVA python tutorial on youtube and noticed my intellisence had also disappeared, soon after they expalined why, something along the lines of this (excuse my lack of proper coding vocabulary i am new to programming but i have found the solution) Answer: " Visual studio can not always guess what you are trying to input - therefore it does not always realise that it needs to give you a hint, for example if you are trying to use a string within a variable and need intellisense to give you options for that strings content, you must sometime tell visual studio that this variable actually is a string.

example: name = ' ' # insert this line to tell visual studio that your variable is a string. \n') name = name.upper() #then when you type name.u....

So when I closed and reopened my solution the following day, the file wasn't in the project scope.

Adding the existing item to the project scope fixed it for me.

Still, there's lots of new and enhanced productivity and debugging features to check out in this version.

Visual Studio keyboard shortcut to display intellisense None of those solutions worked for me, BTW I'm using C#... im currently watching a MVA python tutorial on youtube and noticed my intellisence had also disappeared, soon after they expalined why, something along the lines of this (excuse my lack of proper coding vocabulary i am new to programming but i have found the solution) Answer: " Visual studio can not always guess what you are trying to input - therefore it does not always realise that it needs to give you a hint, for example if you are trying to use a string within a variable and need intellisense to give you options for that strings content, you must sometime tell visual studio that this variable actually is a string.

example: name = ' ' # insert this line to tell visual studio that your variable is a string. \n') name = name.upper() #then when you type name.u....

So when I closed and reopened my solution the following day, the file wasn't in the project scope.

Adding the existing item to the project scope fixed it for me.

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