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public class Foo : List<int>
The override options do not fill in for 'T' and when you actually override a method it uses 'T' instead of 'int'.
See screencast here aswell for more issues.
Interfaces have an 'implement abstract members' option which is incorrect. Implementing explicitly is broken as type parameters are completely missing and implementing implicitly uses the wrong parameters as above.
btw. 1 bug per issue, otherwise I get lost in bug reports that are only halfway solved. And it makes it much harder to track single issues.