I'm running VB.NET 2008, and can't understand how badly the help behaves. For example, I remember that there's a class "list" in the language. Want help on it. I type "list" in the source code, place the cursor on it, hit <F1>, and all I get for help is "Information not found."
So is there something in my setup that's lacking, or does VB.NET's context-sensitive help just not work the way other IDEs (like Delphi) have trained me to expect?
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