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With Visual Studio 2010 block/region highlighting, I find it definitely frustrating when every time my cursor passes it, the whole region is being highlighted.

Does anyone know of a solution?

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welcome to Super User! Super User is not a discussion forum. "do you feel..." isn't a reasonably answerable, concrete question. if there's an actual question you'd like to ask ("can I disable...", perhaps), please edit the post to clarify. then flag it for moderator attention and it can be considered for reopening. – quack quixote May 14 '10 at 9:42
Tools, Options, Environment, Fonts and Colors. Set "Collapsible Region" to your editor colour. – May 14 '10 at 9:48
@taspeotis Thanks +1 this constant flicking was driving me crazy – There is nothing we can do May 14 '10 at 10:04
Rephrased the question to be acceptable as a question. taspeotis should add his comment as an answer. – harrymc May 14 '10 at 11:54
@harry: thanks for editing. – quack quixote May 15 '10 at 9:15

Navigate to Fonts and Colors under Tools, Options, Environment. Set Collapsible Region to your editor colour.

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