CS-Script settings can be viewed/edited with the CS-Script configuration console. However some of the settings can be adjusted without launching the whole configuration console but rather specialised utility, which provides more detailed view of a particular settings group. CS-Scriptcomes with a set of such utilities, and any of them can be launched either from the confiiguration console or as a standalone applications. The following is a brief description of the these utilities.
The first two columns in the grid represent current state of the IDE version (installed or not) and sate of the CS-Script toolbar (present or not). The rest of the columns contain action buttons which are enabled if the action the button is triggering is allowed for the current IDE state.
CS-Script Visual Studio tollbar contains buttons for launching the foolowing actions (v2.1):
Tollbar is implemented as not as Visual Studio Add-in but rather as a Visual Studio External Tool This way it can be installed on both full and express deitions of MS Visual Studio. If you press Insert button the tollbar will be inserted into the current layout: Visual Studio will retain all it's current settings. If you select Import cs-script\Lib\CSScript-Toolbar.vssettings will be imoretd in the same way as if you do it manually "Tools"->"Import and Export Settings..." thus some of the current settings may be lost.
Note: Because of the VS2010 customization model limitations toolbar custom command buttons do not support images any more: https://connect.microsoft.com/VisualStudio/feedback/ViewFeedback.aspx?FeedbackID=511327&wa=wsignin1.0
CS-Script code snippetsThe collection of the CS-script specific code snippets is located in cs-script\Lib\Code Snippets\Visual C# (CS-Script) directory. You can add, remove or modify any code snippet even after snippets installation.
In addition to the ability to change SearchDirs from the configuration console (Runtime options page) you can manage the search directories from the specialised configuration console.
It also allows adding new search directory from command-line: