I now find myself having a good reason to keep my code lines shorter
(which i tend to do for my own sake, but not unilaterally).
In Ultraedit and PSPad, I can create a vertical line that shows me
where the 80th (or whatever) column is. Any such mojo in the .NET
May be creating a macro to modify source code...
you can indeed make Visual Studio Editor display such a line. However, it
demands editing the registry. It is not possible to enable the vertical line
from within Visual Studio.
Create a string "Guides" and assign the value "RGB(128,0,0) 79"
"David Beoulve" <egypti...@yahoo.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
Where do you learn things like that?
"Hannes Pavelka" <hjpa...@gmail.com> wrote in message