Hiding the Extension Methods section on MSDN documentation pages.

Hide Extension Methods on MSND

Is said to in Europe, every man has an average of omega replica three watches, and to pay attention to the instrument famous Italy the average man watch has reached eight, these watches can mix and match clothing, to cope with a variety of uk replica watches occasions need. Here we are not talking about the fashion of men in Italy wear what table, but to explore the famous British Agent 007 James Bond in the film wearing what table. Isn't James Bond fashionable? The answer is obviously negative. Rolex Rolex, Omega and Seiko, is the most popular 007 favored brand, these brands period alternating from one side reflects the development path of rolex uk brand watches, and watch the performance in the film also a good interpretation of the brand connotation and the personality. ROLEX Rolex, OMEGA OMEGA and SEIKO precision, is the most popular brand of 007

This is a small interlude from the CodeDOM series. When I look for some information about a .Net collection on the MSDN documentation pages (e.g. Queue<T>), the “Extension Methods” section often annoys me: it's very long, it's the same for each collection and it's not what I'm looking for. If I want to look at the documentation for some extension method, I go to the page for the Enumerable class, that contains all of them.

Today, it reached the point where I set out and wrote a one-liner GreaseMonkey script that hides the section. You can still click the heading if you want to look at the extension methods, for example when the class in question is not a collection.

dotnet msdn greasemonkey
Posted by: Petr Onderka
Last revised: 23 Jun, 2017 01:40 PM History


Your Comments

Used for your gravatar. Not required. Will not be public.
Posting code? Indent it by four spaces to make it look nice. Learn more about Markdown.