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    <=-=Mar 13 2015 2:44PM=-=>

    This is happening for me too; it’s been a long time issue in the SSDT. It creates noise when doing compares, merges, and checkins where these don’t pertain to the real changes of objects.

    Microsoft Visual Studio Ultimate 2013
    Version 12.0.31101.00 Update 4
    Microsoft .NET Framework
    Version 4.5.51209

    Installed Version: Ultimate

    Scaffolding: A framework for building and running code generators
    Server Explorer extensions for Microsoft Azure Websites

    NuGet Package Manager 2.8.50926.663
    NuGet Package Manager in Visual Studio. For more information about NuGet, visit http://docs.nuget.org/.
    SQL Server Data Tools 12.0.50226.0
    Microsoft SQL Server Data Tools

    <=-=Apr 1 2015 10:31AM=-=>

    Thank you for submitting this feedback. We are investigating this issue and will update when we have more information.

    Steven Green
    SQL Server Data Tools team

    <=-=Feb 1 2016 11:30AM=-=>

    This is one of those issues that convinces me that nobody at MSFT

    Steven Martinez commented  · 

    Please fix this. From the end user perspective this is productivity robbing and a very annoying bug that has been around for many years in Visual Studio / SSDT / SQL Server Database Projects. What more is needed from the community for Microsoft to actually fix this?

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    I have been dealing with this very annoying bug for many years and want this to be fixed. Having to spend extra time dealing with this during compares, merges, etc..., and having to explain this bug to new developers is quit a waste of time and productivity.

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    <=-=Oct 12 2017 11:54AM=-=>

    Agreed – it’s pretty much unusable with the dark theme. See attachment of screenshot.

    <=-=Oct 12 2017 11:55AM=-=>

    Apparently I can’t add an attachment so for a screenshot look here: https://i.imgur.com/X2PfTp7.png

    <=-=Oct 25 2017 9:23AM=-=>

    I am also getting this. I thought I was going crazy! When I was using VS 2015 my canvas color was black, so the dark theme worked. But now that I have installed windows 10 and VS 2017 fresh, and the white text on cream background is totally unreadable. Is there any way to change the canvas color?

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    Steven Martinez commented  · 

    I am experiencing the same issue, just installed v18.1 and SSMS crashes anytime I drag a table from Object Explorer into a query window. I have to "End Task" for SSMS via Task Manager in order to kill it and restart SSMS. This issue did not happen in v18.0

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