[MonoDevelop] how to get rid of Symbol Usage Highlighting
m.j.hutchinson at gmail.com
Fri Apr 13 15:22:34 UTC 2012
On 12 April 2012 23:15, Tjeerd Schouten <schouten_tjeerd at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I am using MonoDevelop 2.8.2 which comes with Unity. This version has a "feature" which is called "Symbol Usage Highlighting" which you can find here:
> To make this feature easier to find, it is renamed to "highlighting of usages" in the Tools->options->text-editor->General menu. To provide more user inconvenience, the ability to disable this feature has been removed in version 2.8.2. To increase the user experience even more, Unity has decided not to update to the latest MonoDevelop, even with the recent update. The latest MonoDevelop does have the ability to switch this feature off.
> Enough sarcasm. This feature is incredibly slow and freezes MonoDevelop when putting the cursor on a number in a large cs file. So I want to switch it off. But I can't. Unity has ignored my countless bug reports on this and fails to update to the latest MonoDevelop.
> So my question is: how can I hack MonoDevelop Unity version 2.8.2 so that I force this feature to be off? Upgrading to the latest MonoDevelop version from the site is not an option as Unity has a custom version which is not interchangeable.
You might be able to take Unity's custom addins and install them into
the official MD build, but I don't know what changes they've made to
MD core, which might prevent this working.
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