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VS2019 hangs and crashes when opening "Tests..." window
marhoily
#1 Posted : Friday, November 29, 2019 8:13:09 AM(UTC)
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I tried the 3.31.0.3 version and the 4.1.0.1. I suspect this is somehow connected with the splitter\multiscreen positions, because right after installation it worked. Otherwise NCrunch runs my tests fine.

1. Open VS, wait for all tests to pass
2. Open NCrunch Tests... window
3. VS freezes and crashes.

While we are investigating the problem, where does NCrunch keep windows layout options?
michaelkroes
#2 Posted : Friday, November 29, 2019 8:50:53 AM(UTC)
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Hi thanks for posting!

Sorry you're experiencing this issue.

I've got a couple of questions:

- Which version of Visual Studio are you using? (Specific patch level)
- Is the "Optimize rendering for screens with different pixel densities" enabled?
- Which windows version are using? Is dotnet 4.8 installed?
- How many monitors do you have and per monitor: Resolution and scale
- Which is the primary monitor?
- Which monitor starts visual studio? (i.e. is it the primary monitor?)
- Is visual studio spread across multiple monitors?
- Which monitor is the NCrunch window on?

Sadly with Visual Studio 2019 and net framework 4.8 all of this matters...

The settings are stored in the SolutionName.v3.ncrunchsolution.user file.
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