I'm developing a desktop app in vb.net. While the program is running in debug mode I want to break
the debug mode (ctrl+break) and edit some code in some modules, then continue (F5).
But when I break the execution visual studio shows me the breakpoint:
frmMain.ShowDialog() '<- if the program is idle then the breakpoint is always here.
I don't want to see that every time!
Is there a way to break the code execution so that this information does not pop-up.