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    Cool Mouse flickering when step into in visual studio 2010 IDE

    When i'm debugging an web application and choose the 'step into' inside the IDE, the mouse flickering about 1 to 2 seconds with the hourglass icon. This is very annoying when im all day in that task.
    My question is: does exist one solution for this or maybe set any option at the IDE?
    Any help will be appreciated

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    Re: Mouse flickering when step into in visual studio 2010 IDE

    do you have any watch windows open? Each time you step, any open watch windows update and if you are showing a lot of things in them, it may take some time.
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    Re: Mouse flickering when step into in visual studio 2010 IDE

    This is very annoying
    So's waiting for a bus in the rain when you've got a cold and the next person in the queue keeps poking you in the eye with the edge of an umbrella but of the two I'd say your predicament is really not so bad, wouldn't you? If it bothers you that much don't look at the cursor. Choose an attractive young lady in the office to smile at, count the ceiling tiles, look out the window and appreciate the wonders of nature. See? Life's not so bad after all. When did we become so freaking uptight that 2 seconds could be considered an unconscionable delay?
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    Re: Mouse flickering when step into in visual studio 2010 IDE

    @dunfiddlin, your reply is a personal opinion that doesn't address the issue. A 2 second delay per line when stepping through 1000's of lines a day would be a waste of time. If the OP finds it annoying and problematic then it is annoying and problematic regardless of what you think about it. If you don't intent to address the issue then please refrain from replying.

    PS. can you be so kind and read the PM I sent you earlier today.
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    You know what. I'm done with this bloody stupid persecution. Don't bother banning me. I quit!
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    Cool Re: Mouse flickering when step into in visual studio 2010 IDE

    No I don't you have any watch windows open

    My application is a MVC written in CSharp
    This behavior appears when i Step into the file.cs of any public method
    There is an option called visual experience in the tools menu. Can that make the difference ?

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    Re: Mouse flickering when step into in visual studio 2010 IDE

    It may, you should try asking in the c# forum
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    Re: Mouse flickering when step into in visual studio 2010 IDE

    Quote Originally Posted by dunfiddlin View Post
    You know what. I'm done with this bloody stupid persecution. Don't bother banning me. I quit!
    So I suspect that you haven't read my PM then... Or the fact that you don't care how your posts are read or understood by others?
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    Re: Mouse flickering when step into in visual studio 2010 IDE

    Quote Originally Posted by Cristian View Post
    When i'm debugging an web application and choose the 'step into' inside the IDE, the mouse flickering about 1 to 2 seconds with the hourglass icon. This is very annoying when im all day in that task.

    This happened to me today in my new job where I'm using Visual Studio 2008 SP1. I had set my default language to C# because that's what I thought I'd be using, but the application is in VB.NET.

    As soon as I changed my default language to VB.NET, debugging became lightning fast.

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