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Hey -- I have MSVC++ 6 [Standard], and I can''t get the auto-list members and auto-list parameters thing to work. When it doesn''t work: 1) #included standard headers (like windows.h) 2) global functions When it does work: 1) local class member functions (included from the local directory) 2) when a scope redirector is placed in front of the function (like a ::SomeFunc() or std::SomeFunc() ).... Please help. Thank you. It''''d make our lives a hell of a lot easier

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Thats crazy...

Check the settings. you might have something turned off in there.

I know what you mean.
It''s a great feature, but it''d be better if it worked correctly.

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I think there is a setting to only auto-popup or whatever for local members + functions. Where is that at? (if it exists?)

It''''d make our lives a hell of a lot easier

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ok, go to tools->Options.

Down at the bottom, there is a member box called "Statement Completion Options". Check every check box in that area.

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They are all already checked...

And I noticed that some of the functions from windows.h did work. What is not working correctly is winsock.h included, from what I can tell (the strcat, strcpy, etc. functions are working).

Also, the vector funtions are not showing up... do I need to put std:: in there somewhere (I can make vectors, but their members do not show up).

[edited by - zackriggle on December 6, 2002 10:10:34 PM]

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intellisense on msvc is broken. try adding the files that aren''t intellisensed to your project.

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