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    CyrusNajmabadi
    @CyrusNajmabadi
    Yeah... I'll read the FAQ/help to see if mobile has this.
    What is the difference between control enter and shift enter?
    Yann Duran
    @yannduran
    much appreciated
    CyrusNajmabadi
    @CyrusNajmabadi
    Sure! Going to bed. Night!
    Yann Duran
    @yannduran
    the difference is usually nothing i think. they both achieve the same thing, just some apps use one other use the other
    my apologise to all the developers who had to read through another huge conversation. my intention was exactly the opposite
    Michael W Powell
    @mwpowellhtx

    Running VS2019 offline layout update with this, but it seems to have frozen, not sure what other work it needs to do as long as I have the layout downloaded offline, right? vs_setup.exe update --installLayoutPath "F:\vs2019\MyInstance\16.9.31229.75\install" --installPath "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio\2019\MyInstance" --wait --norestart --quiet --noWeb

    I will ask again. How come the process freezes? It appears to want to bootstrap something for restart now? No updating dialog appears. Nothing. It just freezes and never returns. Are there different better options that I can use to at least get SOME sort of response? Again, have ALREADY downloaded offline layout, do NOT need to do it again, that's the whole point of this approach, after all. Thank you...

    Yann Duran
    @yannduran
    @mwpowellhtx sorry to ask the obvious question. have you lodged a bug on the Developer Community website?
    Hugh Gleaves
    @Korporal

    that comes purely from immense frustration! i'm totally sure he didn't mean it personally

    Indeed, the Kafkaesque nature of these kinds of things is very frustrating, the "system" operating like an uncaring, insensitive machine, always placing the onus over and over on those who are doing MS a favor by bringing these things to their attention, carefully describing what they're seeing, supplying information as and when asked. It seems that the goal these technicians are striving toward is to close tickets, actually getting them fixed seems to not be a concern.

    Yann Duran
    @yannduran
    whether it's intentional or not (and personally I do believe it's intentional for the most part) it certainly FEELS that way, yes. and that's why we get so frsutrated
    What I found objectionable is the canned message about closing unless the requested materials are supplied - yet none were requested, how can one interact meaningfully with such a flawed system?
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    CyrusNajmabadi
    @CyrusNajmabadi
    how can one interact meaningfully with such a flawed system?
    Just respond and provide your thoughts and responses.
    As I said, I've been in this position many times. A simple response from the other party is enough to resolve confusing cases the vast majority of Times
    Occasionally it takes me than that. However, in my time there are likely dozens to hundreds of cases (out of umpteen thousands) that have demonstrated that open communication is extremely effective at resolving mistakes.
    Kafkaesque
    CyrusNajmabadi
    @CyrusNajmabadi
    This does not seem kafakaesque. If someone misunderstands and asks for something that doesn't make sense in a particular context, then clarifications may be needed. Like I said with my own experiences, making a mistake is definitely possible, but I've never found that calling the other side 'dumb' leads to a successful resolution. :-)
    actually getting them fixed seems to not be a concern.
    Hugh Gleaves
    @Korporal
    I assume the tracking system was designed?
    Yann Duran
    @yannduran
    can we please not dso this again?
    do*
    CyrusNajmabadi
    @CyrusNajmabadi
    This is not true. Fixing issues is definitely a huge concern. However, there are legitimate times when someone triaging honestly things there is no issue.
    Hugh Gleaves
    @Korporal

    can we please not dso this again?

    Yes, I agree, I'm done.

    CyrusNajmabadi
    @CyrusNajmabadi
    But even in that case here, they reached out giving two weeks for any response to see if their conclusion was wrong. But there were no responses then... So closing was appropriate.
    Yann Duran
    @yannduran
    enough!
    CyrusNajmabadi
    @CyrusNajmabadi
    Wouldn't you have done the same? I.e. if you thought nothing was wrong, and customer didn't say anything else, what would you do in that situation?
    Do what? I think it's entirely reasonable (and appropriate to this forum) to discuss the triage process and ways to improve it, or ways to understand it better.
    can we please not dso this again?
    enough!
    @yannduran This is on topic for this forum. And this is important information about a core diagnostics process.
    Developer community is the expected mechanism for providing feedback and issues for non-github-based teams.
    Yann Duran
    @yannduran
    @CyrusNajmabadi you've obviously not learned from our previous interaction. you're not hearing what people are saying, you're just trying to make a point, again. the two people involved in the discussion have said they've had enough, so unless someone asks you another question, please STOP
    Michael W Powell
    @mwpowellhtx
    Freezes after UpdateLayout progress: 97.98% ... Failing to download Microsoft.VisualC.14.25.Tools.HostX86.TargetARM.Resources,version=14.25.28614,language=en-US during the latest v16.10.31410.357 offline layout...
    Michael W Powell
    @mwpowellhtx
    Also failed downloading Win10SDK_10.0.19041,version=10.0.19041.1.
    Have fun, good luck!
    Michael W Powell
    @mwpowellhtx
    Also failing to download:
    Microsoft.VC.14.28.16.9.Premium.Tools.HostX64.TargetX86.Resources,version=14.28.29913,chip=x64,language=en-US
    Microsoft.VisualC.14.25.Tools.HostX86.TargetARM.Resources,version=14.25.28614,language=en-US
    Will re-run it to see if that resolves, or what else.
    Kevin J. Petersen
    @kevinjpetersen
    Does anyone know if using code snippets in Visual Studio 16.11.0 Preview 2.0 in .NET 6, using WPF with BlazorWebView, is currently not working as intended? I'm trying the usual "prop" and double-tab to have the prop snippet appear, but nothing happens. It's like code snippets are not working at all.
    Talking about .razor pages, at the bottom inside a @code block
    It's working fine in normal .cs files, but in .razor files inside a @code block, it doesn't, even tho it works as intended in the non-preview of Visual Studio
    Michael W Powell
    @mwpowellhtx
    Latest build tools offline layout download now completed.
    Michael W Powell
    @mwpowellhtx
    Microsoft.VC.14.28.16.9.Premium.Tools.HostX64.TargetX86.Resources,version=14.28.29913,chip=x64,language=en-US still broken downloading VS offline layout.
    Pulak Deyashi
    @pulak777
    MicrosoftDocs/visualstudio-docs#6776, please help me to resolve this issue.
    Permanent-Record
    @Permanent-Record
    how to prevent create web.config when publish?
    i dont want it to be created when publishing to the folder
    Gregory White
    @wgrs
    I am at the stage where even using VS 2019 is unbearable - I am now beyond frustration and every new version that comes out is incrementally worse than the previous. More than 50% of my dev time is waiting or fighting the IDE - how is everyone else finding it?
    dotnet watch is a disaster - the compiler is continuously giving false readings - perfectly legitimate builds are crashing - i dread pushing the start button or running the dotnet xxx command. Package management is a huge mess as well. I am using the latest 2019 version - I need to make a decision to move to VS code or hope that 2022 will be better -
    Gregory White
    @wgrs
    Updates are hellishly slow - I am getting 280 Mb/s and waiting for updates is like watching paint dry. Its gone from one of the most awesome IDE's to a spluttering barely useable mess. Liveshare was another good idea that turned into a unusable disaster. I even quit learning Blazor because that was another monumental mess trying to use VS..... and yet, everyday they just keep packing in more and more broken features. How have MS let things get so bad with what used to be the best IDE in the world!
    Gregory White
    @wgrs
    I think I have answered my own question - type in "Crashing" into VS feedback site and you get 10 000 + responses back. That says it all - no, I wont get sucked into downloading 2022 - its time to learn VS Code properly and get away from this mess.
    Permanent-Record
    @Permanent-Record
    anyone knows how to publish without web.config?