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Unfortunately this did not change anything.

I have attached a screen shot of my C/C++ Processing options, and I rebuilt the "C/C++ Compiler Configuration Tag Files" ("C:\Users\VikS\Documents\My SlickEdit Config\22.0.2\tagfiles\Visual Studio 2017.vtg") after making the suggested modifications.

Any other ideas?
When I open up a Visual Studio 2017 C# solution in SlickEdit, then the workspace contains no files and no configurations.

This has been the case for all Visual Studio 2017 C# solutions I have tried so far.

I have attached an example solution, see "".  This example was generated in Visual Studio by selecting "File -> New -> Project", and then chose "Installed -> Visual C# -> .NET Core -> ASP .NET Core Web Application", and then "Web Application (Model-View-Controller)".

See the attached image "VisualStudio2017.png" for how this solution looks when loaded in Visual Studio, and the images "SlickEdit2017_1.png" and ""SlickEdit2017_2.png" for how the solution looks when loaded in SlickEdit.

I found this topic when searching the forum for similar issues:,11589.msg49012.html#msg49012

However, the .sln file in the zip attached to that topic opens up fine (with one file, "SlickEditTest.cs").

Here is my "About SlickEdit" output:
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SlickEdit Pro 2017 (v22.0.2.1 64-bit)

Serial number: WB943076
Licensed number of users: Single user
License file: C:\ProgramData\slickedit\22\slickedit.lic

Build Date: May 22, 2018
Emulation: CUA

OS: Windows 10 x64
OS Version: 10.00.0 
Memory: 37% Load, 12242MB/32648MB Physical, 14372MB/37512MB Page File, 894MB/134217727MB Virtual
Shell Information: C:\tools\JPSoft\TCMD22\tcc.exe /LD /LH
Screen Size: 1920 x 1080, 1920 x 1080

Project Type: Microsoft Visual Studio Csharp
Language: .txt (Plain Text)
Encoding: Automatic

Installation Directory: C:\Program Files\SlickEdit Pro 22.0.2\ (non-removable drive,NTFS,324586MB free)
Configuration Directory: C:\Users\VikS\Documents\My SlickEdit Config\22.0.2\ (non-removable drive,NTFS,324586MB free)

C:\Users\VikS\Documents\My SlickEdit Config\22.0.2\hotfixes\ (Revision: 6)
I am using SlickEdit since boxed versions (with Alpha binaries)… My latest was SlickEdit 2014.  Just had my admin at work purchase me upgrade to SlickEdit 2017 and I am very disappointed :(… I have huge (and I mean HUGE) codebase and use tagging to navigate it, which is primary reason I use SlickEdit. 2014 works flawless with it... Now I am trying to use 2017 in the same scenario and it fails miserably... I have about 7 tag files that I generate using batch files. Now I am trying to "add" them and it works very strange...old tag files "disappearing", some files can be seen twice, there are 2 "C/C++" Tag Files subtrees... "Up/Down" are grayed... It is useless for me - I want to initiate money back procedure... I'll go back to my trusty 2014 and will upgrade when 2017 will become mature enough...
SlickEdit® / Re: Slickedit v22 - Dark Mode compatible with Win10 Build 17666?
« Last post by Clark on June 05, 2018, 12:54:25 am »
SlickEdit looks the same (as if you're not running on this version of Windows) for everything except the Open/Save As dialogs. The Open/Save As dialogs seem to use dark mode for most of it but not for all the controls near the bottom. This appears to be intentionally done by Microsoft (not a bug). If you run NotePad and bring up the open dialog, the bottom controls do not all use dark mode. This is an odd decision by Microsoft.

We tested on build 17682.

SlickEdit also uses the built-in Windows change directory dialog. Oddly, Windows does not use dark mode when this dialog is displayed.The rest of the dialogs SlickEdit uses are Qt dialogs and are not affected by the new dark mode.
SlickEdit® / Re: Common sourcing script for cross compiler
« Last post by Clark on June 04, 2018, 04:36:26 pm »
We like to setup our environment per workspace since our workspaces have tons of projects. However, you would have to do this via Project>Workspace Properties>Environment... You couldn't use a script.

Another way is to create your own indirection script. For example, instead of running make, you could run <the-make-for-this-workspace> which sets up the environment and then runs the make. Using a pre-build command only works for very simple scripts since SlickEdit uses it's own shell and doesn't support any fancy conditional logic. This had to be done because "bash" doesn't support simple piping.
SlickEdit® / Re: Common sourcing script for cross compiler
« Last post by jmbraben on June 04, 2018, 04:15:57 pm »
GNU C/C++, user maintained makefile (but could change type if that would help).
Again, the point is to ensure the compiler is running in the correct environment, and this should be done based on the compiler, not the project. So what is correct way to do this?

SlickEdit Pro 2017 (v22.0.2.1 64-bit)
Build Date: March 23, 2018
Emulation: CUA
OS: Linux
OS Version: Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS
Kernel Level: 4.13.0-43-generic
Build Version: #48~16.04.1-Ubuntu SMP Thu May 17 12:56:46 UTC 2018
Processor Architecture: x86_64
Thanks Dennis !
I had never thought of right-clicking on the "Document" tab !
When I did this I saw your "Files Tabs Sort Order" sub-menu.
I also find this other one : "New file tab position", which is the one I had been looking for for days...
Thanks again, I would not have found it without your reply : I was looking for completely elsewhere in the options...
SlickEdit® / Re: Bad formatting of C++ aggregate function parameter?
« Last post by Clark on June 02, 2018, 07:00:12 pm »
I also found some problems with smart indenting with Enter. I'll check in a hotfix for smart indenting. Doubt the beautifier issue is hot fixable.
SlickEdit® / Bad formatting of C++ aggregate function parameter?
« Last post by rgloden on June 01, 2018, 11:22:22 pm »
In C++, when using an aggregate as a function parameter, SE is indenting the aggregate at the same level as the call and not as a parameter.  Happening in both V21 and V22, Windows and Linux.  I didn't find any Beautify options to change this behavior.

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void expected()
   enable( 5000,
           { STOP_NOW, 0, "myString" },
           200 );

void actual()
   enable( 5000,
   { STOP_NOW, 0, "myString" },
           200 );
SlickEdit® / Re: Slickedit v22 - Dark Mode compatible with Win10 Build 17666?
« Last post by Clark on June 01, 2018, 09:55:18 pm »
We'll check this.
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