When you are in between of writing your logic and by mistake you pressed F5, what will happen? Boom… you will lend up with below dialog due to compilation errors:
Now think about it. If we are writing a code it means we need that to be executed whenever we are running the application. Isn’t it? It’s very-very rare case when someone still would like to execute previous logic. At least for me, I never ever want this to happen.
So, how to get rid of this rarely used prompt. There are two ways:
First, Simply check the checkbox ‘Do not show this dialog again’. But for me, on one of my machines this checkbox has not even appeared. Hence, I opted for second option.
Second, go to Tools >> Options… >> Projects and Solutions >> Build and Run. On right side panel, just change the value in dropdown displayed under ‘On Run, when build or deployment errors occur:’ to ‘Do not Launch’ and we are done.
Now going forward, you will never see that dialog until and unless build is successful. Hope you like this small trick.