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Show Time Stamps False breaks the same functionality of the Productivity Power Tools #47

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gigios opened this issue Mar 10, 2017 · 4 comments

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@gigios gigios commented Mar 10, 2017

I have installed on my VS2017 RTM the extension "Visual Studio Productivity Power Tools" where there is the similar functionality ("Time Stamp Margin").
The problem is that I want to use the VS-PPT functionality (because more 'compact') instead the VSColorOutput way.
To do this I have disabled (set to false) the "Shot Time Stamps" property in the option panel.
The problem is that in this way also the VS-PPT does not works.
If I disable the extension VSColorOutput, the VS-PPT works again.

(PS: Suggestion for the Time Stamps, add a property to define the 'format' to use in the time shown in the output window, in this way should be possible to customize the visualization)

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@mike-ward mike-ward commented Mar 10, 2017

Sounds to me like it's a bug in VSPPT. See issue #19 for a similar issue with another popular extension.

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@gigios gigios commented Mar 10, 2017

I have posted the same issue also on the VS-PPT but for the moment I don't have received an answer.
VS-PPT Issue #97

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@0x084E 0x084E commented Mar 20, 2017

(PS: Suggestion for the Time Stamps, add a property to define the 'format' to use in the time shown in the output window, in this way should be possible to customize the visualization)

This would be a really nice addition since the time stamp format is the only thing which makes me use the PPT time stamp extension.

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@mike-ward mike-ward commented Dec 6, 2019

Scheduled for 2.7

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