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When on break during debugging, if I go to another method and happen to hover over a variable, the "evaluating..." notice comes up in the popup, as to be expected as that part of the code isnt in the debuggers scope at present. However if I then go back to the method where execution is currently paused, i cant inspect variables for a good period of time (I presume its waiting for the other evaluation to timeout?) and also if I try to execute something in the immediate window it shows Evaluating.... with an increasing number of dots until it returns a result or times out and I need to run it again (often the latter). If I have been to another source window, and allowed it to try and evaluate something, the same happens, this might take longer, but I havn't thoroughly compared them.
This is problematic when you have been referring to other parts of the code to build / copy and paste the statement you wish to execute in the immediate window.
Windows 7, MD 3.0.2
These are unit tests run in debug mode as well, in case that makes a
This is not fixed.
This is now fixed. *