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      AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

      Isn't this how it already works? For example, run this:

      new { X=1, Y=2 }.Dump (exclude:"X");
      new[] { new { X=1, Y=2 } }.Dump (exclude:"X");

      In both cases, only Y is dumped.

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        AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

        Do you have a repro? The following works correctly:

        "foo".ToCharArray().Where(x => x

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          AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

          You can work around this by putting the snippets in the parent folder. (They'll then to VB too, but this is rarely a problem.)

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            AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

            Have you tried Environment.SetEnvironmentVariable? You can also write a method in My Extensions to set variables, and then call it in any query. For instance:

            public static class MyVar
            {
            public static void Test()
            {
            Environment.SetEnvironmentVariable ("foo", "value");
            Environment.SetEnvironmentVariable ("bar", "value");
            }
            }

            Then just call MyVar.Test();

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              AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

              The 5.07.06 beta fixes this problem (at least to the point where LINQPad will no longer hang). Autocompletion is likely to lag, though, with queries of this size.

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                AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                The situation with regard portable deplpoyments has improved in recent betas:
                http://www.linqpad.net/PortableDeployment.aspx

                You can now portablize connections, drivers, default namespaces & references and user preferences, as well as queries, plug-ins and snippets.

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                  AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                  LINQPad styles the <pre> tag to use a proportional font. A workaround is to add the <code> tag as well.

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                    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                    Someone has just published a 3rd party LINQPad driver for PostgreSQL:

                    http://forum.linqpad.net/discussion/963/postgresql-driver
                    https://github.com/fknx/linqpad-postgresql-driver

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                      AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                      If you add the following namespace:

                      TIL = System.Transactions.IsolationLevel

                      and hit "Set as default for new queries"

                      ...would that help?

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                        AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                        LINQPad honors the global Windows DPI setting. If general readability is an issue, go to the display properties, and choose display scaling > 100%.

                        If this does not meet requirements, what is the rationale for wanting LINQPad to use a font for its dialogs, menus, etc., that is larger the font used by all other Windows applications?

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                          AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                          Also note that any DLL that you put into LINQPad's "plugins folder" (Edit | Preferences | Folders) will be automatically referenced by all queries.

                          So if you want every query to automatically reference multiple extension assemblies, you can completely do so if you build those extensions in VS.

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                            AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                            This is easy to work around - run your query with Ctrl+F5 (run without debugger) instead of F5.

                            Alternatively, uncheck the 'Break when exception is unhandled/thrown' buttons on the toolbar, and delete any breakpoints. LINQPad then runs your scripts without a debugger by default, and Debugger.Launch() will work as before.

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                              AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) shared this idea  · 
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                                AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                                The default option, LINQ to SQL lets you connect to SQL Server.

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                                        AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                                        Check out the new DumpContainer class, also the Util.Progress method and the Util.ProgressBar class. (Search Help | What's New for examples on how to use these)

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                                          AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                                          This is supported in the latest beta if the collection implements IObservable

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                                            AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (Admin, LINQPad) commented  · 

                                            Can you clarity?

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