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    Jonathan Fielding
    @jonathan-fielding
    When developing an extension is it possible to add a search box to a tree view, not seeing it in the tree-view docs?
    Miguel Solorio
    @misolori
    @nitin10s 👋 hey, I'm the designer on the VS Code team. We currently don't have any good way for designers to contribute back besides fixing bugs in the source code (color contrast issues, theming icons, etc.). A lot of the features that we design start with internal discussions and reviews before they get built. One great way that you can help contribute is by adding to our existing design toolkit (https://github.com/microsoft/vscode-figma-toolkit). There are several things to add (command palette, find widget, suggest widget, etc.) so feel free to duplicate the file and submit a PR with a link to your file and I can review/add it. Let me know if you've got any other questions.
    Miguel Solorio
    @misolori
    @jonathan-fielding there's currently no way for adding a search box in a tree view. As an alternative, you can have an action in your view that triggers the command palette for user input. The ToDo Tree extension does this for filtering the tree
    Kun Ren
    @renkun-ken
    Does anyone notice that port mapping no longer seems to work with WebView under Remote SSH even though portMapping is specified when creating the WebView? microsoft/vscode-remote-release#3362. A number of extensions relying on that are completely broken.
    bennyk
    @bennyKY
    Hi, someone know if i link local package how to make vscode go to the source code of that package when clicking on imported variables from it?
    Nitin Singhal
    @nitin10s
    @misolori Thanks, I'll check the design toolkit. Is there a list specifying all that needs to be added? What's the purpose of this toolkit exactly? Yes, I realize there isn't much to contribute otherwise as a designer, is there a way [Separate room for designers/mailing lists] that I could join to get notified in case of any open discussions or reviews for features. I'd be happy to join. Sorry for so many questions :P
    Mikhail Breslav
    @mbreslav
    My vscode extension shows the user some information in a new text editor, is it possible to detect if they have copied the information in the text editor (ctrl+c)? If so, how would I do it.
    David Taylor Jr.
    @davidtaylorjr
    How do I set vscode to open firefox developer edition instead of my default browser?
    Jeff-avatar
    @Jeff-avatar
    Hi, does anybody know how to view Eigen::MatrixXd variables in a nice way when debugging in vscode? I am on a Mac. Thank you very much.
    Bouzid Zakaria
    @BouzidZach11_twitter
    Hello everyone,
    I want to run vs code as superuser with some commands but not working .
    OS: Debian 10 buster
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    Tomáš Havlík
    @tomires
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    Hello, is there any fix for the following error?
    I have a Java project running on Ubuntu WSL2, everything worked fine yesterday
    Don't recall changing anything in the meantime
    JoggerJoel
    @joggerjoel
    I'm trying to upgrade vscode extension changing package.json @type/vscode: "^1.34.0", to clear up 'has no exported member: FoldingRange; but now I get plenty of new errors like: All declarations of 'text' must have identical modifiers.. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
    Kun Ren
    @renkun-ken
    Any language server developers here? I have a question: is there a way to support multi-root workspace by starting a langauge server/client for each workspace folder and starting a default server/client for all untitled and external documents (not in any workspace)?
    It seems that dynamically modifying the documentSelector of a language client does not work?
    Micah Johnson
    @Tentacular261
    Is there a way to customize the outline so it only shows method/function names, not any of its contents?
    For example, I'm using Angular, and the ngOnInit method for one of my components looks like this:
    image.png
    It'd like it to just say "ngOnInit" without a dropdown
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot

    adan_geno Hi every body,
    check out this new platform wirtten in Angluar

    https://nearventur.com

    isangmeng
    @isangmeng
    Hello everyone, I compiled and installed vscode under the linux platform, and ran the unit test cases according to test/README.md in the vscode folder. Now the test cases are completed, but I don’t understand what these tests are. Can someone give me A test outline for vscode? Thank you!
    ret394
    @ret394

    Hi!
    There's an issue with https://github.com/microsoft/calculator should reporters post it without following the template verbatim?

    Consider that some number of users(say x) would rather reasonably choose to skip reporting and just solve their issue, if following it verbatim is required.

    George
    @george-codes
    If anyone use "attach container" with vscode with a configuration defining a remoteEnv{} set, is there anyway to reference an existing var as well as a previous var defined in the remoteEnv{} list such as: "remoteEnv": { "MYDEV_VAR":"/this/is/a/cool/location", <-- this works for me perfectly, this get set on the container "MYDEV_SUB_VAR": "${MYDEV_VAR}/underneath", <-- I would like to resolve MYDEV_VAR as part of this VAR "MYDEV_FROM_CONTAINER": "${VAR_DEFINED_IN_CONTAINER_ENV}/foo/bar" <-- resolve a var already defined in target container env }
    matrixbot
    @matrixbot

    Michael Hi, I wanted to give vscode a try, but it fixes my code in a weird way.
    I am using platformio.platformio-ide and the ms-vscode.cpptools. I also
    enabled "editor.formatOnSave": true to fix some indentation.

    Now, when I write something like

    #define abc 2  // some random comment
    |             // that goes over two
    |             // or more lines

    (ignore the | in the front, thy are just to format some spaces in there. My matrix client seems to eat the spaces in the front away)
    It adds a ´\´ to the end of the lines like this:

    #define abc 2  // some random comment \
    |             // that goes over two \
    |             // or more lines

    The current codebase only uses this style of comments and I don't want to mess
    around with that. Is there a Way to disable that behavior?
    The language is C++.

    Michael * Hi, I wanted to give vscode a try, but it fixes my code in a weird way.
    I am using the platformio.platformio-ide and the ms-vscode.cpptools extentions. I also
    enabled "editor.formatOnSave": true to fix some indentation.

    Now, when I write something like

    #define abc 2  // some random comment
    |             // that goes over two
    |             // or more lines

    (ignore the | in the front, thy are just to format some spaces in there. My matrix client seems to eat the spaces in the front away)
    It adds a ´\´ to the end of the lines like this:

    #define abc 2  // some random comment \
    |             // that goes over two \
    |             // or more lines

    The current codebase only uses this style of comments and I don't want to mess
    around with that. Is there a Way to disable that behavior?
    The language is C++.

    Michael * Hi, I wanted to give vscode a try, but it fixes my code in a weird way.
    I am using the platformio.platformio-ide and the ms-vscode.cpptools extentions. I also
    enabled "editor.formatOnSave": true to fix some indentation.

    Now, when I write something like

    #define abc 2  // some random comment
    |             // that goes over two
    |             // or more lines

    (ignore the | in the front, thy are just to format some spaces in there. My matrix client seems to eat the spaces in the front away)
    It adds a \ to the end of the lines like this:

    #define abc 2  // some random comment \
    |             // that goes over two \
    |             // or more lines

    The current codebase only uses this style of comments and I don't want to mess
    around with that. Is there a Way to disable that behavior?
    The language is C++.

    matrixbot
    @matrixbot

    Michael * Hi, I wanted to give vscode a try, but it fixes my code in a weird way.
    I am using the platformio.platformio-ide and the ms-vscode.cpptools extentions. I also
    enabled "editor.formatOnSave": true to fix some indentation.

    Now, when I write something like

    #define abc 2  // some random comment
    |             // that goes over two
    |             // or more lines

    (ignore the | in the front, thy are just to format some spaces in there. My matrix client seems to eat the spaces in the front away)
    It adds a \ to the end of the lines like this:

    #define abc 2  // some random comment \
    |             // that goes over two \
    |             // or more lines

    The current codebase only uses this style of comments and I don't want to mess
    around with that. Is there a way to disable that behavior?
    The language is C++.

    John Heath
    @CaribouJohn
    Hi all, is there a way to determine from an extension - whether it is in a container/ssh/ or local? is there an API that I am simply failing to google...?
    John Heath
    @CaribouJohn
    it seems I answered my own question fairly quickly after asking - it's vscode.env.remoteName
    Brian Miller
    @bkmdev
    hi, vscode 1.42.1 on OSX 10.13.X, I seem to keep getting the following error The terminal process command '/usr/local/bin/bash -l' failed to launch (exit code: {2}), when I try to install pylint or just plain launch a new split terminal within vscode, why? The path is correct on OSX and it runs fine from Terminal.app. I googled a bit and found a suggestion saying to delete some stuff in ~/.config/... but I don't have any such folders. Also, per DevTools' console, $SHELL is not set to /bin/false (as many vscode gtihub issue comments suggest to check). What gives?
    Ben
    @bzeeman
    Iirc 1.42.1 has issues. Is that the feb 2020 release?
    Brian Miller
    @bkmdev
    yes
    @bzeeman so this has nothing to do with OSX sandboxing .apps? I was wondering if this could be due to that?
    Ben
    @bzeeman
    @bkmdev I had an issue with that version and had to file back to Jan release.
    Brian Miller
    @bkmdev
    @bzeeman ok, upgraded to vscode v1.47.3 and now I get The terminal process failed to launch: A native exception occurred during launch (forkpty(3) failed.). instead :confused:
    @bzeeman how do you do that?
    Ben
    @bzeeman
    You disable auto-updates in settings and you go to the releases page and grab the previous one.
    Brian Miller
    @bkmdev
    @bzeeman did you lose all installed plugins and settings?
    Brian Miller
    @bkmdev
    ok, just downgraded back to the Jan 2020 release (seems like plugins are still there) and back to original error message :/
    Brian Miller
    @bkmdev
    do I need to be launching vscode bin from Terminal.app ?
    Omkara
    @0mkara
    Hello all. I am trying to build an extension, which loads some resources from remote URL. I am hosting those resources in localhost for development. New vscode installation seems not loading any resource from non-ssl URL. Even if I serve the resources with self-signed certificates vscode throws self-signed certificate error. Is there any way to load resources from localhost when developing?
    IkeikeP
    @IkeikeP
    Hi everyone, I'm having issues including header files (besides the system ones). I know this is related to C/C++ Extension (more specifically the 0.30.0 insiders version). The issue is so simple that it seems a mistake on my part but I've re-checked and modified numerous times the json config file trying to fix it to no avail. Before reporting it, I would like to make sure it's really a bug and not something I did incorrectly. My suspicion is that 0.30.0-insiders version broke something regarding includes since on 0.29.0 the includes are working correctly. Did someone had this issue on this particular version of the extension? thank you
    Michael Stark
    @starkpsmichael
    Hi there, is there a way to force vscode to open a folder within a remote container? Or is there an open issue for that case? App links, as described in https://github.com/microsoft/vscode-docs/blob/master/remote-release-notes/v1_43.md#open-remote-workspaces-via-application-links seems not to work for that purpose.
    tonka
    @tonka3000_gitlab
    Delete the docker container/image via docker commands
    Peter Wone
    @PeterWone
    Hi people, I made a suggestion for the backlog, the ability to save named layouts so you can switch between a few different setups depending on what you're doing.
    The suggestion issue is here microsoft/vscode#100534
    It won't be added to the backlog unless it gets 20 votes. Have a look at the suggestion and if it's something you want then vote for it. Comment if you have additional input.
    Marcus Ekwall
    @mekwall
    Hi! Not sure if this is a VSCode or TypeScript question, so please point me in another direction if it's the latter. Can I config VSCode to resolve TypeScript imports from the browser entry point of a package rather than the main entry point?