We're using an older version of SyntaxEditor and are wondering whether a particular feature is available in the latest version. The IntelliPrompt functionality in our version is triggered by typing a period after a namespace. For example, typing the following (without the quotes):
brings up a list of the options under the Forms namespace. We'd like to see similar behavior for enum variables in conjunction with operators, as is provided by Visual Studio. For example, typing the following:
"System.Windows.Forms.DialogResult res = "
would bring up options with "DialogResult" as the default when the space after the assignment operator was typed. We would want this capability for types we define as well as for standard C# types.
Does the current version of SyntaxEditor provide that functionality?
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