I've had a long-standing issue where in a "cshtml" file (an MVC View), whenever I type a double quote mark, it supplies me with TWO additional quote marks for a total of THREE, instead of the one extra as you'd expect. I'm not sure whether this is being done by Visual Studio itself, by JustCode, or perhaps some other add-in. I don't see any way to disable JustCode short of uninstalling it. A Telerik forum post says that you can disable the add-in, but when I go there, the Disable button is greyed out and the tool-tip says that it can't be disabled.
I've found that by unchecking the "Automatic Brace Completion" option in the HTML language section for Visual Studio that the quote then works correctly (type one, get two), but then you also lose the "auto-closing" feature for single brace, bracket, and parenthesis as well.
I don't believe that any other add-ins or extensions I have are doing any code formatting so I think it has to be either VS itself or JustCode.
Anybody experienced this or have any ideas?