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[rubberduck-vba/Rubberduck] 3 opened issues. 4 closed issues. 8 issue comments.
> I repro this with Ctrl+R. Sometimes the hotkey doesn't seem to he wired up. Activating the code pane fixes it though. I think the fix would be to explicitly activate a code pane on startup... after making sure there's one to activate (IIRC hotkeys wire up when a code pane is activated).
 
@Vogel612 whisky only matures in the barrell. Once it's in the bottle, it doesn't age any further. It's just the ullage you need to worry about.
 
12:25 AM
> I repro this with Ctrl+R. Sometimes the hotkey doesn't seem to be wired up. Activating the code pane fixes it though. I think the fix would be to explicitly activate a code pane on startup... after making sure there's one to activate (IIRC hotkeys wire up when a code pane is activated).
 
@Duga IDK if this is related but I think it bears noting that I noticed weird behavior when selecting code and running Extract Method. If I drag from right to left, it won't be enabled. Select the same block by dragging from left to right, it's enabled.
 
@this seems unrelated, but most likely a bug with how RD keeps track of the Selection ...
might be reproducible with other inspections...
 
inspections? can they be selected?
or did you mean refactorings?
 
ah right... refactorings..
soz. brainfunction declines after 1AM
 
AIUI, most of refactorings only work on a single declaration, rather than a selection, and would be normally invalid if I had multiple declarations selected for say, a Rename
I think you mean increaases, not declines :p
No worries.
but it'd definitely decline if you got some sleep. :D
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no it's ME who's malfunctioning.
argh.
 
12:32 AM
quite the contrary, actually..
 
indeed. :) maybe I'm the one who needs more sleep. :\
I (mis)read it as brain malfunction
 
whoops
 
12:55 AM
Duck check: In VBIDE.CodeModule there is the property ProcCountLines. Its second parameter is ProcKind As vbext_ProcKind is just designating what the procedure is? Whether it's a (Get, Set, Let)er or a procedure.
With my newer comprehension I'm trying to rewrite a macro which lists all the macros in the Active workbook.
 
RD API
 
1:17 AM
I'm off to bed.
 
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