But, sadly, even after a recompile, that didn't make the warnings go away either. So then I did some reading on the CA1416 warnings and sure enough it says in the Microsoft Docs that the target framework moniker is ignored for assessing this warning, however, VS does add an attribute to the project based on the TFM that influences this warning, but it only does so if the project is configured to generate the AssemblyInfo.cs file on the fly. But, alas, my project's AssemblyInfo.cs is maintained as a actual file rather then having it auto generated at build time.
The Trusted Domains JSON file also has comments with examples of the supported domain formats and a list of the domains trusted by default, such as https://*.visualstudio.com and https://*.microsoft.com.
The android-studio and visual-studio tags are routinely misused; the tag usage guidance is very specific that you should use them only for questions about the tools themselves, not for general programming questions, but many people ignore that.
Tag warnings have now been implemented for the android-studio, visual-studio, and visual-studio-code tags. The suggested guidance is largely based on the wording suggested here by Cody Gray and Ryan M.
Wait! Is your question about the Visual Studio IDE itself, or are you just using it for development? Only use the [visual-studio] tag for questions about the features and functionality of the Visual Studio IDE itself, not merely because you are using Visual Studio to write code.
Wait! Is your question about the Visual Studio Code editor itself, or are you just using it for development? Only use the [visual-studio-code] tag for questions about the features and functionality of the Visual Studio Code editor itself, not merely because you are using Visual Studio Code to write code.
C compilers cannot have a holistic knowledge and understanding of a software project. The feedback they give is based on the input files only, nothing else. Some compiler warnings would go away if we would give the compiler more information.
I also find this really annoying on my new MacBook Air. The only way I found out to stop accidental hits (happens for me especially when hitting F5 to build a LaTeX document in visual studio code / texlab) is to check System Settings -> Keyboard -> Keyboard -> Use F1, F2, etc. keys as standard function keys. This means that accessing volume, play, etc., buttons is a bit more clumsy, requiring holding down Fn, but at least accidental hits of the useless dictation key are gone.
I have been using only the Launcher based 4.7 preview 8 version (and was before in preview 7 as well), and yes the first time I convert the project the engine is building the code for me without visual studio open. 2b1af7f3a8