Note that you can also set the database by dragging the database from the schema explorer to the editor - or right-clicking the schema explorer and choosing 'use this database'.
Why do you want a WPF UI? What difference will it make, other than giving you blurry text?
The latest RC lets you call CreateXhtmlWriter enabling dynamic expansion of results. Use of this feature ties you into IE, though - it doesn't seem to work properly with Firefox.
You can use LINQPad's XHTML Dump engine from within Visual Studio by adding a reference to LINQPad.exe and then doing this:
var writer = LINQPad.Util.CreateXhtmlWriter();
To call Dump(), simply call Write or WriteLine on the writer object.
When you want to view the output. call ToString() on the writer - if you write the output to a file, you can then view it in a web browser.
What happens when you enter your proxxy username/password/domain in the textboxes provided?
There is a workaround: you can set the query type to statements and go:
var db = this;
Then you can use db in your queries.
There are already shortcuts for this (they're shown on the context menu)
Control+K = comment
Control+U = uncomment
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