Author Topic: Definitions dialog - function highlighted Not updating to match cursor location  (Read 1872 times)

dwgriffith

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Windows 7 Visual Studio 2010 project for C++
1.) Select a function in the Definitions panel and located that source code.
2.) search for a frequently occurring text pattern in your code ex. "switch"
3.) hit ctrl-g to go to the first listed occurrence.
If the definitions panel is displayed, you would expect the function that the cursor is positioned in would be highlighted. As you continue to hit ctrl-g, the highlighted function should be updated.

The highlighted function never changes unless you click on a new function in that window to go to a function.
Previous versions would change to highlight the function that the cursor is currently in.

Lee

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Thanks for the report.  This will be fixed in next beta release.