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Global Options

When starting Visual Studio for the first time after installation of Visual D, you might want to check the global settings that can be reached from the Menu Tools -> Options -> Projects:

The Visual D Settings will allow you to enable and disable

For each supported compiler, there is a separate page to setup directories to be used during compilation:

Executable and library search paths are given depending on the target architecture. When using DMD for Win64, options from its configuration file can be overwritten by specifying the linker to be used and additional options.

Available text replacements:

Please note that you'll also find a new entry "D" in the Text Editor branch to setup syntax highlighting and more.