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Intellisense Quits Working in One Code Module

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Intellisense has quit working in one code module, sort of.  Here's what I mean:

- If I type in the name of an object, Intellisense will show me the methods associated with the object.
- If I start typing #Region, Intellisense will not auto-complete the directive.
- Intellisense will not auto-indent.
- I'm only getting the behavior on one module.  I can build the module w/o error.
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Ironhoofs earned 250 total points
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Ive had some problems witn Intellisense failing in VS2005 because of a corrupt intellisense information file. The file usually has the same name as your project with a .suo extension.
If you delete / rename the file and open your project again, VS will rebuild the intellisense information.

Don't forget to backup your project first... just in case!
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That worked!
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