How to make the IntelliSense work as usual after CodeRush is installed
After installing CodeRush, you may have probably noticed that the IntelliSense doesn’t work as usual in Visual Studio. For example, when you type “something.” (dot at the end), the IntelliSense may not come up. This is because CodeRush, by default, suppresses the IntelliSense acceptance if there’s a possible template expansion at the caret. In this case you can either:
1. From the DevExpress menu, select “Options…”.
2. In the tree view on the left, navigate to this folder:
3. Select the “IntelliSense” options page.
4. Uncheck the “Suppress IntelliSense acceptance when potential templates exist at the caret” option.—– Products: CodeRush Pro and CodeRush Xpress Versions: 9.1 and up VS IDEs: any Updated: Aug/21/2010 ID: T024