[MonoDevelop] How to remove errors messages
mkrueger at novell.com
Wed Sep 15 15:28:25 EDT 2010
You can add a hotkey to it, go to the ide options go to key bindings and
search for 'message' there you can set a hotkey.
It is possible to set hotkeys for all commands (menu commands are all
commands - but there are many more commands available :)).
Setting hotkeys for all commands isn't really possible - we're already
running out of hotkeys...
> Great, that was it. I suspected there was an obvious answer. I guess
> from an "improvement" perspective, the only thing I might ask is if
> the operation were a little more accessible (hot-key, right click menu
> (where?), or button) but really, I am happy with using the menu.
> On Wed, Sep 15, 2010 at 11:05 AM, Mike Krüger<mkrueger at novell.com> wrote:
>> How about the command in the main menu: View -> Message bubbles -> Hide
>> message bubbles ?
>> I for myself just recompile in that case (I recompile just the project
>> that I work on).
>> You can turn them individually off in the context menu of the icon bar
>> at the left. If you've better ideas for that I would like to hear them -
>> I always want to improve the user experience.
>>> Perhaps I am missing something obvious. After a build in which errors
>>> occur, the editing window has the error messages in little message
>>> windows at the point of the error. These are of course extremely
>>> helpful most of the time. However, sometimes they are in the way. That
>>> is, once the error is understood the error message visually impedes
>>> the editing process of correcting the error. Is there some way to tell
>>> the editor to stop displaying (clear) build error messages from the
>>> latest build?
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