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Bookmark All in entire solution gives errror - can you verify by running this simple test?

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Try this:
1) In the code editor, double click some word.
2) Type control-F to bring up the search window.
3) Set the "Look in" drop down box to be "Entire Solution"
4) Click the "Bookmark All" button.
5) Get error message.

What we (two different systems) observe is an error message saying
"Visual Studio has encountered an unexpected error." I can click OK
and then all's well again - Visual Studio does not shutdown.

It works for other "Look in" selections, such as "Current Document",
just not the "Entire Solution."

I am running Visual Studio 2005, Service Pack 1, and have a VB.Net
solution open.

Does anyone else get this error? Is there a fix for it?
Thanks,
ImageAnalyst

Feb 22 '07 #1
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"ImageAnalyst" <im**********@mailinator.comschrieb
Try this:
1) In the code editor, double click some word.
2) Type control-F to bring up the search window.
3) Set the "Look in" drop down box to be "Entire Solution"
4) Click the "Bookmark All" button.
5) Get error message.

What we (two different systems) observe is an error message saying
"Visual Studio has encountered an unexpected error." I can click OK
and then all's well again - Visual Studio does not shutdown.

It works for other "Look in" selections, such as "Current Document",
just not the "Entire Solution."

I am running Visual Studio 2005, Service Pack 1, and have a VB.Net
solution open.

Does anyone else get this error? Is there a fix for it?

IN VB 2005 Express without SP1, the "Bookmark" button is not enabled if
"entire solution" is selected, thus I can't get an error message. The
"Bookmark" button is only enabled if I select one of the other options in
the "look in" combo.
Armin

Feb 22 '07 #2

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On Feb 22, 11:58 am, "Armin Zingler" <az.nos...@freenet.dewrote:
"ImageAnalyst" <imageanal...@mailinator.comschrieb


Try this:
1) In the code editor, double click some word.
2) Type control-F to bring up the search window.
3) Set the "Look in" drop down box to be "Entire Solution"
4) Click the "Bookmark All" button.
5) Get error message.
What we (two different systems) observe is an error message saying
"Visual Studio has encountered an unexpected error." I can click OK
and then all's well again - Visual Studio does not shutdown.
It works for other "Look in" selections, such as "Current Document",
just not the "Entire Solution."
I am running Visual Studio 2005, Service Pack 1, and have a VB.Net
solution open.
Does anyone else get this error? Is there a fix for it?

IN VB 2005 Express without SP1, the "Bookmark" button is not enabled if
"entire solution" is selected, thus I can't get an error message. The
"Bookmark" button is only enabled if I select one of the other options in
the "look in" combo.

Armin- Hide quoted text -

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Armin:
Well thanks anyway for trying. I guess my coworker and I are the only
ones that this happens for. Strange. Very strange.
Thanks,
ImageAnalyst

Feb 24 '07 #3

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You are not alone. I also get this error. I am still unable to find a fix.

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May 23 '07 #4

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Me too get the same error. Is there anything in MSDN Knowledge Base
about this?
On May 23, 11:52 am, bethdoc<nos...@developmentnow.comwrote:
You are not alone. I also get this error. I am still unable to find a fix.

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Jun 1 '07 #5

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PPMLDeveloper <ra********@gmail.comwrote in
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Me too get the same error. Is there anything in MSDN Knowledge Base
about this?
I've been getting the Bookmark All "Visual Studio Has Encountered an
Unexpected Error" as well.
Jul 5 '07 #6

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I also recieve this error. A work around I found was to use the "Find
in Files" instead of the "Quick Find". This type of find also gives a
list of search results.

Hope that helps.

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Jul 11 '07 #7

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