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    Unfortunately the complexity to implement dark mode into SSMS v18 is prohibitive and this item remains unplanned. Regular updates and improvements to SQL Server Management Studio are continuing, but most of the net new innovations in the graphical tooling space can be expected to be seen in Azure Data Studio.

    -Drew

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    Miller, Joshua commented  · 

    Windows 10 now supports a dark themed file explorer. IOS now has a dark mode. Google apps have a dark mode. Time for Dark mode to come back to SSMS!

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    This is a big deal. We have literally hundreds of scripts saved in our Visual Studio Online environment (i.e. TFS). Now that version 18 no longer supports the 'hack' to re-enable source control in management studio, working with our source controlled files is a huge problem. We really do need source control in management studio!

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    <=-=Sep 5 2016 6:18AM=-=>

    Teams working with SSMS solutions for ad-hoc T-SQL code also require the ability to integrate those solutions with TFS

    <=-=Nov 4 2016 8:54AM=-=>

    This issue needs to be addressed. Integration with some sort of source control solution – including Visual Studio Team Services and Git – is something that should be available in every Microsoft Developer Tool.

    <=-=Nov 4 2016 11:47PM=-=>

    I agree with both previous posts, The SDLC requirements of many of the consulting gigs I have worked require that my SQL Dev work be included in existing Source Control repositories. I am primarily working with SSMS solutions and this has always been a pain point for me. Now that some companies are using the GitHub repository it feels even harder to maintain the SQL code without a nice Msft plugin to help.

    Even with the previously available MSSCCI Provider which allowed…

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