A week ago something broke in my Visual Studio.
Before I was building release and debugging almost at the same time. I pressed F6 to stop debugging and build release version ("bin\Release"). Then press F5 to start debugging which of course builds the debug version ("bin\Debug") and starts it. My workflow was very fluent. It was good.
F6 triggers Menu -> Build -> Rebuild Solution (I expect to rebuild the release version)
F5 triggers Menu -> Debug -> Start Debugging (I expect to (build and) run the debug version)
After I now have to find my mouse, find the cursor, navigate it to the menu, activate "Standard" toolbar (because I have it hidden, because it takes my vertical space), then switch to release to build release version. And if I forget to switch back to debug, it is debugging in release. It's very annoying. No workflow!
How can I change it back? I never cared for configurations in Visual Studio, since I know release is optimized and its location. And debug is not optimized and looked over so that when exception happens, the app is halted. I imagine Visual Studio was switching configurations automatically for me. Now it stopped doing that. Maybe I pressed the wrong shortcut-keys. I want to go back.