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A blank square appears when open a project in Visual Studio 2019

yxd__yxd
Beginner
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Hi friends,

Did any of you experience this problem after updating VS and Intel Compilers to the latest version? Like this:

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Steve_Lionel
Black Belt Retired Employee
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I haven't seen that (one needs to click the "broken image" link in your post to see the image. My advice would be to uninstall Intel Parallel Studio, do a "repair" on Visual Studio, then reinstall the Intel product.

Do you also have an earlier VS installed that works with the Intel product? does it work ok?

yxd__yxd
Beginner
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Thanks for your reply. I tried to resolve this problem today, and it seems that it's not a problem of Intel compiler.

As the log file of IntelliCode shows that ( in C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Temp\VSFeedbackIntelliCodeLogs )

[2019-06-17 22:35:27.818 VSIX I] Version: 2.2.182.4985
[2019-06-17 22:35:27.835 CatalogManager V] Custom C# models are disabled, will not query for user from web service.
[2019-06-17 22:35:27.836 Client V] IntelliCode User didn't resolve. Cannot query for custom models.

Maybe I should wait for VS update.

After I disable IntelliCode extension, the blank square never shows up.

 

David_Billinghurst
New Contributor II
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This fixed it for me.

https://blog.jetbrains.com/dotnet/2019/06/11/blank-tool-windows-resharper-visual-studio-2019-net-fra...

If you are experiencing sporadic blank ReSharper tool windows (e.g. the test runner tool window or find usages) or are seeing blank tool windows for other Visual Studio extensions, make sure to disable Per-Monitor Awareness (PMA) by unchecking Optimize rendering for screens with different pixel densities via Tools | Options, then Environment | General.

Gosselin__Claude
Beginner
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Thank you all for the tip - worked for me as well. 

Claude G.

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