Visual Studio 2010 used to remember the last programming session. When I reopened a project it would open the files I had open previously when I closed the project. Now it dosen't. I've seen threads that said to delete the *.suo of the project, but that didn't fix it.
Does anyone know why this useful feature has stopped working, or how to fix it?
Thanks in advance.
Try resetting the settings.
Under Tools -> Import and Export Settings -> Reset all settings.
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The open window information is stored in the .suo which is per-machine/per-user. If the file is corrupt then the information would be lost. To recover you would need to delete the .suo, open VS, open a window or two, close VS and then reopen it.
Possible scenarios that can cause this problem include:
- The .suo file is in source control preventing VS from editing it
- The .suo file is opened by another instance of VS
If the settings are still not being saved then try running in safemode (/safemode) to see if an addin is causing the .suo to not be updated properly.
Michael Taylor - 4/12/2012
2012年4月18日 10:59版主Hi David,
How is it going now with our friends' suggestions?
We are looking forward to hearing from you.
Have a nice day,
Leo Liu [MSFT]
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2012年4月18日 15:32The reset did not work. I've deleted the .suo and open VS, opened a couple of windows and then closed and reopened the project. Nothing opens. Haven't had a chance to try in save mode yet.