As many of you C# / .NET developers know, Microsoft Visual Studio is the IDE of choice for us. It's may even be impossible to build older apps in debug mode with anything else; as it seems to be at my current place of work. I have gotten used to using Visual Studio over the years after a somewhat rocky transition from IntelliJ and Java. But there is one thing that continues to be the bane of my relationship with the IDE -
This is that CTRL + P is mapped to PRINT and not open file like EVERY OTHER IDE EVER CREATED!
I know the key mappings can be reconfigured, and I did that when I first started at a C# shop but was horribly disappointed when the first time I upgraded (at VS's suggestion) and my mapping was reset.
I ask why, Microsoft? WHY?? I imagine a developer has not needed to print out their code since shortly after the Apollo program shut down, must you be such a slave to tradition?
Thanks for reading my rant and happy Friday, DEV!