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how to break code execution without "jumping" to breakpoint in studio 2005

Hi

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:

   Sub Main()
      frmMain.ShowDialog() '<- if the program is idle then the breakpoint is always here.
   End Sub

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.

Thanks
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everlaast
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bruintjeCommented:
Hi everlaast,
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is this not just hitting F9 on that line? removing the breakpoint so its not marked as breakpoint anymore

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bruintje
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everlaastAuthor Commented:
No I dont have a breakpoint at all - I'm breaking the execution manually.

And also found the solution myself!

CTRL+ALT+BREAK

Thanx anyway!
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bruintjeCommented:
ok thanks for posting, you can ask a  0 point question in comunity support to have a refund and close this ticket
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everlaastAuthor Commented:
Sorry about that..

The CTRL+ALT+DELETE stops the execution... I cannot resume it...
So it is a little better but not the final solution I was looking..

So still open for answers....

Thanks


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everlaastAuthor Commented:
ok and certainly not ctrl+alt+del but ctrl+alt+break :)
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bruintjeCommented:
i'm still not quite sure i understand what you are looking for
but you can open options goto tools | options | under environment click on keyboard
on the right part you'll find all declared and non declared menu / context options for keyboard shortcuts
when you type in the commands containing box debug you'll find the possible options
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bruintjeCommented:
btw to GranMod, you can go ahead and close this anyway,
i posted only in response to the last comment but had given the moderator closure advice earlier

so PAQ and a refund
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GranModCommented:
PAQ-ing the question and refunding 500 points

Thanks bruintje.

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