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Semantic Syntax Highlighting - SyntaxEditor .NET Languages Add-on for Windows Forms Forum Cart Not logged in Log In Register Forgot Password Resend Validation E-mail Products WPF Controls WinRT Controls Silverlight Controls WinForms Controls ASP.NET Controls Code Writer App Icons Download Evaluations Freeware Online Demos Purchase Shopping Cart Price Lists Sales FAQ Support My Account Support Tickets Knowledge Base Consulting Services Community Blog Twitter Page Discussion Forums Polls WPFpedia Company About Us Contact Us Policies Our Customers Testimonials News Room Media Kit Careers Back to Forum Previous Thread Next Thread Latest Release: Discussion Forums SyntaxEditor .NET Languages Add-on for Windows Forms Semantic Syntax Highlighting Tobias Lingemann - Software Devolpment Engineer, Vector Informatik GmbH Best regards, Tobias Lingemann. by Actipro Software Support - Cleveland, OH, USA Hi Tobias, We only call GetContextAtOffset once when a quick info tip is about to display. If you are repeatedly calling it during your examination for every identifier throughout the document, then that certainly could cause major slowdowns and would not be recommended. I'm really not sure what suggestion to offer if you are doing that. In the newer WPF/Silverlight SyntaxEditor design, we have immutable snapshots in the documents. Those allow you to examine tokens on another thread, which would better support what you are trying to do here. We eventually hope to port that newer object model design back to the WinForms SyntaxEditor once it has all the feature areas covered that are in WinForms now. Actipro Software Support by Tobias Lingemann - Software Devolpment Engineer, Vector Informatik GmbH That is exactly what I am doing. But I don't see another option either. I basically want a different syntax highlighting for identifier that are known types or methods (including those defined in assemblies). Implementing the logic on my own would not be worth the effort and I honestly doubt it would perform much faster. So it looks like we have to cancel the feature for now. Best regards, Tobias Lingemann. which was after the last post in this thread. Add a Comment Please log in to a validated account to post comments. Products WPF Controls WinRT Controls Silverlight Controls WinForms Controls ASP.NET Controls Code Writer App Icons Download Evaluations Freeware Online Demos Purchase Shopping Cart Price Lists Sales FAQ Support My Account Support Tickets Knowledge Base Consulting Services Community Blog Twitter Page Discussion Forums Polls WPFpedia Company About Us Our Customers Testimonials News Room Media Kit Careers Contact Us return false; type: 'POST', cache: false, async: false, else return false; return false; doctype: '', return false; type: 'POST', cache: false, async: false, else

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