Thursday, September 13, 2012 8:08 PM
After setting up Visual Studio 2008 Pro with TFS Service, I can't find Class View. Anybody know how to get it back?
There are quite a few appearance and feature changes to VS 2008 after reinstalling it to work with TFS Service. Anybody know if this is because VS 2008 was re installed, or because TFS deliberately changes the user interface of VS?
Friday, September 14, 2012 7:29 AMModerator
I just installed visual studio 2008 SP1 + team explorer + KB2673642. Everything work fine.
To restore the Class View menu, please start a command prompt as Administrator then run the following command:
check if the class view come back. If not, please run the following command(it runs on background thread. You can see the process devenv.exe in windows task manager):
When the devenv.exe process finishes, start visual studio to check if you can see class view menu.
Actually, we can try to start class view by using the hot keys Ctrl-Shift-C.
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- Marked As Answer by Eric D Ratliff Friday, September 14, 2012 3:00 PM
Friday, September 14, 2012 3:11 PM
Thank you. Yes! Ctrl-Shift-C does bring the class view.
/setup or /resetsettings did not bring back the class view or the start page which I also wanted.
I was able to get the start page to appear at startup by:
Tools/Options/ (check show all settings) / Environment/Startup/At Startup/Show Start Page.
- Edited by Eric D Ratliff Friday, September 14, 2012 3:17 PM