Just grabbed the beta yesterday and am so far impressed - looks like it's shaping up to be a great solution.
: I immediately noticed some strange behaviour in the "Tooltip" which shows up when you hover over a member variable usage or declaration - an extra period is inserted between the Class Path of the variable Type and the name of the variable itself.
In the attached example (extra_period_in_class_path.png)
this implies that the "_WSchars" variable is a member of System.Char which isn't correct. Ideally there should be a space between the class path and the member name, rather than a period. You could potentially include the class path of the actual class the variable is a member of, however, which would allow the user to grok the type and location of the variable at a glance. e.g.
- System.Char System.Uri._WSchars
: In the second example (not_sure_what_the_forward_slash_means_here.png
) you are using a forward slash to indicate an internal class. It took a moment for me to work this one out - I thought it was a rendering bug at first. I'd suggest sticking to the dot notation for internal classes (private, protected or public) simply because this is the notation you'd use to access an internal class when writing code.