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                                  • While coding VB.NET and CodeRush is enabled, it disrupts standard IntelliSense in some cases. Disable CodeRush and carefully write this:
                                    Dim x As New List(Now enable CodeRush and carefully type the same. This will be the result: Dim x As New List(Of()As you can see, I must manually correct statement every time if there is Of keyword, which gets annoying very quickly. I need for example List(Of String).

                                • Alexander K (DevExpress) 10.04.2016

                                  Hi Ondřej,

                                  Thank you for providing the code sample. I have reproduced this issue locally. We are working on it and will inform you of our progress.
                                  As a temporary workaround, I suggest you disable the IntelliRush feature. For this, please follow these steps:

                                  1. From the VisualStudio menu, select "CodeRush\Options..." .
                                  2. In the tree view on the left, navigate to the "Editor" folder.
                                  3. Select the "IntelliRush" options page.
                                  4. Uncheck the "Enabled" item.
                                • Ondřej Linhart 10.25.2016

                                  This issue is fixed in 16.1.7.16294.

                                • Alexander K (DevExpress) 10.25.2016

                                  Hi Ondřej,

                                  Thank you for informing us of your results. We are happy to hear that the issue is solved on your side.

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