Sometimes, it is the small things that make you feel good or bad when programming. I personally find it disgusting to see code like this:
Oh my god. I was afraid I’d need two monitors just for Visual Studio to see the full source code when something like this comes along:
… but fortunately ReSharper came to the rescue and automatically wrapped the long lines, phew!
Long story short, here are my top 5 ReSharper settings:
Change them both from “At next line indented 2 (GNU style)” to “At next line (BSD style)”.
Then, we have these two:
Check them off and you’ll be better.
And here is the last one:
This guy force you to hit backspace twice after each completion in order to remove the two unnecessary parentheses. I’m not 100% sure if I like this setting turned off since it effects many other situations as well, where I’d actually want to have them inserted.
Do you have any other must-have R# settings that everyone should know?
Update: As Carsten suggested in the comment below, here is the resulting picture. Much cleaner, isn’t it?