I love the new IntelliSense dialog in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2, that ScottGu has blogged about. But when editing an ASP.NET MVC View Page in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2, you end up fighting the IntelliSense. That is because IntelliSense and the HTML Editor doesn’t recognize any HTng "image")](GHOST_URL/image.axd?picture=image_1.png)
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Pretty annoying to fight with IntelliSense when you want to code! I thought you might be able to fix this, by deleting all the new ASP.NET specific code snippets in the “C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Web\Snippets\HTML\1033\ASP.NET” folder.
This actually works. Now you can actually see the ASP.NET MVC code snippets, that was hidden in the masses of the ASP.Nng "image")](GHOST_URL/image.axd?picture=image_3.png)
But it still has all the ASP.NET Server Controls listed. I thought I could get rid of these by removing a namespace reference to System.Web in the Pages section of Web.config. But that is not present. So I don’t know how to fix that.