This is mostly a note to myself so I don’t lose this awesome Visual Extension.
I hate C# #region tags in Visual Studio. I hate opening a class file and then having to expand all the regions in order to read the code. If you feel the need to use regions to make your class file more manageable, then it’s quite likely that your class is actually too big and desperately needs to be refactored. Just . . . no.
But since not everyone is as enlightened as myself (ahem), sometimes I have to work with code that uses lots of #region tags. In those cases where I can’t delete them all with extreme prejudice, I can at least install the excellent I Hate #Regions Visual Studio extension that will auto-expand regions whenever I open a file and will also display the #region tags in very small type so that they’re not as obnoxious. Ah, relief!