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 Posted 3/19/2019 12:26:02 AM
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Please add VS2019 Support. Will gladly re-up all licenses for better installer support than we had for VS2017, which is mostly community based.

Keith Chisarik
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 Posted 4/4/2019 6:44:24 AM
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Hi Keith,

FYI, while an official update is released from MicroFour, the changes I made to the latest available VSIX file will work with VS2019.

If you don't have it, get it from this post http://forum.strataframe.net/FindPost33620.aspx

VS2019 changed the way they load the Extensions and even though they still support old VSIX packages, in future versions they will not load extensions build with old VSIX pacakges, so we will need an official release from MicroFour.

Edhy Rijo
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 Posted 4/4/2019 7:54:16 AM
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As always thanks Edhy. Ill load up 2019 now that I have confirmation it supports 2019.

Would be great to hear from the SF guys that they will be supporting this change that is looming Smile

I will push a pile of money across the table to know we are supported moving forward with the VSIX change.

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