A basic function that even a small editor like Notepad++ has, the plus/minus sign to close functions closures, does not exists.
You should try to create your own macro, in VB "of course", and call it every time.
As alternative, I added the file extension js in the option with HTML Editor as default editor to let me do something like this
//#region MyConstructor <script>
... my code
I use FireBug and/or Chrome console indeed, since I do not need to monitor C# that much, and that's it, client side debug feature completely useless under IE ( and I downloaded the version 8 beta 2 yesterday so I can use its debugger instead of launching another local server for client side debug ... )
The intellisense sucks, it does not work automatically as is for C# or other languages or as is for Eclipse or Aptana, you have to put useless syntax in the top of the file to tell the big IDE where are other files.
The suggestion is so clever that if you have a property whose name starts with el, the IDE will autmatically put an else
myObject.else // by the ide
The internal parser does not recognize properly functions as objects, and inheritance is not part of the suggestion ... you should try to disable it if you want to code faster instead of correct IDE suggestions.