By popular request, the new version of the Productivity Power Tools has arrived for Visual Studio 2012! These tools are the fruit of a few passionate engineers on the Visual Studio team that love sharing the power of Visual Studio with customers.
The Productivity Power Tools are one of the top gallery extensions for Visual Studio 2010. With your feedback, some of the features made it into Visual Studio 2012 including Quick Find, Solution Explorer (nee Navigator), Quick Launch, and the new Add Reference dialog.
The new edition enables the rest of the tools for Visual Studio 2012 and adds some new
ones. In this post, we’d like to tell you about what is included in this power-packed release, a refresher for those of you that used the 2010 version and an introduction to those of you that haven’t! We’d love to hear what you think about these tools, please send us your feedback on the pack’s Gallery Page
Previously Available Tools
Many of the tools included in the 2010 version of the Productivity Power Tools are available in this version as well. Here is a summary:
provides a source map of your file in the scroll bar that allow you to...(Read whole news on source site)