Turning off Find Usages

Is there a way to turn off 'Find Usages'? I prefer the default Visual Studio Find all references dialog.
I searched, but couldn't see anything in the options. If this isn't possible, could it please be added as a feature?

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Hello Jacques,

At the moment there's no way to turn off Find Usages which overrides the
default Visual Studio feature. Could you please clarify why do you prefer
the Find all references feature? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Is there a way to turn off 'Find Usages'? I prefer the default Visual
Studio Find all references dialog.

I searched, but couldn't see anything in the options. If this isn't
possible, could it please be added as a feature?

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I preferred the way it listed things, but the actual thing I miss is that if you use the Find all references dialog you can press F8 to go to and cycle through all the code locations that the method was used in. This doesn't seem to work with Find Usages.

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Hello Jacques,

You can cycle through all locations using ReSharper | Find | Next Item/Prev
Item (or the corresponding shortcut). You can also bind F8 to 'ReSharper.ReSharper_GotoNextOccurrence'
command under Tools | Options | Environment | Keyboard and you'll get the
same behavior as with Find all references. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I preferred the way it listed things, but the actual thing I miss is
that if you use the Find all references dialog you can press F8 to go
to and cycle through all the code locations that the method was used
in. This doesn't seem to work with Find Usages.

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I'm in the same situation as the original poster.  I've been demoing Resharper for my development team and I really don't like the "Find usages" dialog.  I very much prefer the visual studio way where I get a simple list that I can view and work through.  All the extra stuff that is in the find usages is just extra clutter that I never want to use 99% of the time I use Find References.

I'm really disappointed that there is no way to disable this feature, because so far it's been the only thing that bothered me so much that I came looking for the way to turn it off only to find that it is not possible to turn it off without uninstalling resharper.

Of all the different views that the Find Results window seems to offer, none of them mimic the simple view provided by default by visual studio as far as I can tell.  The closest thing is to group by File, which is close but still not nearly as easy to use and a ton more clutter.  I wonder why it was made so you can't disable this override?

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Hello Chris,

You can choose 'None' in the 'Group By' list and you'll get the same plain
list as in Find References. In case this doesn't satisfy your needs you're
welcome to put a request into our bug tracker at http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issues/RSRP
and surely we will discuss it. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

I'm in the same situation as the original poster.  I've been demoing
Resharper for my development team and I really don't like the "Find
usages" dialog.  I very much prefer the visual studio way where I get
a simple list that I can view and work through.  All the extra stuff
that is in the find usages is just extra clutter that I never want to
use 99% of the time I use Find References.

I'm really disappointed that there is no way to disable this feature,
because so far it's been the only thing that bothered me so much that
I came looking for the way to turn it off only to find that it is not
possible to turn it off without uninstalling resharper.

Of all the different views that the Find Results window seems to
offer, none of them mimic the simple view provided by default by
visual studio as far as I can tell.  The closest thing is to group by
File, which is close but still not nearly as easy to use and a ton
more clutter.  I wonder why it was made so you can't disable this
override?

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When I had picked "None" it wouldn't show the file where the reference was found, just the line of code.

VS by default shows you the path to the file, and the snippet of code where it was found. Am I missing something?

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SAME here!

Reshaper feature is ok, but I really prefer the VS. As Chris May said, "it wouldn't show the file where the reference was found, just the line of code".X-(

Why disable the VS features? Reshaper should ADD more features and keep the old ones, NOT remove it! Because it makes no sense. :O

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