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Add Setting to Allow NCrunch to Output to Standard Console

Add a way to force console output to appear in the regular 'Output' window rather than having to click the test itself and see the output.

This would be extremely useful so i view my Console.WriteLine output in real time in the Output window rather than having to wait until the test finishes and have to click on it to see the output. Also when my tests fail by throwing exceptions when using FluentAssertions, the code hangs on that line and anything i wrote to the console is lost when i stop debugging the test.

Basically we just need to be able to see the Console.WriteLine output in real time ONLY when i'm debugging my unit tests. Obviously i wouldn't need to see this in the regular output window for unit tests that are running automatically in the background.

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