Well, VSStyler is now ready for download. It is an add-in into Visual Studio .NET 2003 that allows you to save font and color settings into “styles”. This way, you can switch settings at the drop of a hat. I currently use this at work for a presentation/codeReview style and my regular programming style. It allows me to instantly change to either style I wish at anytime. I was hoping that we putting this out on the net, some of you might benefit from it, especially the presenters out there. It is the first add-in I have done with Visual Studio and is the first section of code that I have put out there on the internet, so be gentle okay ;)?
It was originally inspired by a similar add-in done by Roy Osherove. Except with Roy's add-in, there was only one style per file and you have to explicitly import or export to change one style. Regardless, it's a plug in that I found extremely useful at work but I felt I was not in a place to join his workspace and work on the product.
I decided to release this as a GotDotNet workspace so that everyone can have access to the source code and can modify/use it at will (except maybe just give credit were it's due, mm'kay?). You can find the workspace at http://www.gotdotnet.com/Community/Workspaces/workspace.aspx?id=722d7817-b935-4faf-9bf7-fe3e84d463af