I have a class called UserFunctions that contains several shared methods.
In code... if you type UserFunctions. (dot) you receive the methods listed in the intelliprompt window. If I select a function resulting with UserFunctions.Command1 then I get quickinfo and intelliprompt info if I then type the "(".
But, if I just type Command1 in code I do not get intelliptompt nor quickinfo for Command1. But, it is valid syntax because I have the Import for UserFunctions class already added to the code header.
Is there a way to have the DotNetAddon not require the class name and display intelliprompt and quickinfo for the shared method in this scenario?