How to reset Visual Studio debugging options to default?
In Visual Studio 2015 Community, if I click Debug->Options I get these controllable options: Also, after I click Debug->Windows->Exception Settings I get these: I am currently experiencing bazaar step-over behavior and other odd behaviors during debugging - for example some exceptions are being caught and others are not. Instead of isolating the particular option and twiddling with it, I'd rather just reset all of the above options to default settings. However, I do not see how to achieve this. Can you someone please explain how to reset them back to defaults?
Go to Tools->Import and Export Settings and you can reset to default settings for whatever environment you're in. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms247075(v=vs.90).aspx To restore the default exception settings, press the Restore button on the Exception Settings window. It looks like a checklist thing for some reason. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/x85tt0dd.aspx
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