Any have a Visual Studio shortcut/macro for toggling break on handled/unhandled exceptions?

I've been trying to write a macro do do the equivalent of

  1. Hitting Ctrl+Alt+E to bring up the Exceptions window
  2. Toggling the textbox in the 'thrown' column for 'Common Language Runtime Exceptions'
  3. Hitting OK

If I record this, it records only a single line of macro code which doesn't do anything. Anyone know how to do this?

Answers


A similar question was posted and answered here. It works for all CLR exceptions and takes ~1.5s to execute.


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