Mole for Visual Studio 2017 is a debugger visualizer that runs in Visual Studio while you are debugging .NET applications. Mole makes debugging easier because it provides a comprehensive view into all of your application’s visual and data objects.
Mole enables developers to view, edit, search, compare and drill into object properties and fields.
Mole supports the Community, Professional and Enterprise versions of Visual Studio 2017.
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Documentation & Training Videos
I strongly encourage you to view the training videos (especially "How to Open Mole") here.
If you have never used a Visualizer before or don't know how Visual Studio launches them, you'll be frustrated. Please watch the videos and have a happy debugging experience with Mole.
Mole, like all Visual Studio Debugger Visualizers, is launched from a Data Tip, while at a breakpoint.
The below image show the Data Tip after hovering over the sender argument.
To open any available Visualizer, click on the magnifying glass down arrow, and a list of available visualizers will be displayed.
Unfortunately, in Visual Studio 2017, Microsoft has decided to remove the feature from the visualizer's list that remembers which visualizer was last used. Not sure why they hijacked the default visualizer the way they did. Makes no sense.
Data Tip Too Small
If you find the Data Tip is too small, there is a workaround for this. Just change its font size using the Visual Studio Options dialog.
Please watch the videos on my blog, you'll have a much better experience using Mole!