Keyboard shortcut issue

I recently tried importing somebody else's settings file (to get their color settings), but ended up pulling in a bunch of their other settings too. Now, when I type CTRL-B (goto definition), VS just says (CTRL-B) was pressed. Waiting for second key of chord...

I haven't been able to figure out how to turn off this "chording" feature. I've tried going in to Resharper's Options -> VS Integration and using the Apply Scheme to try and force overwrite all the standard VS keystrokes, but it's not helping.

How can I get my CTRL-B back? I'm using ReSharper 6.1 and VS 2010. Thanks.

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Shortcuts are managed in VisualStudio: Tools->Options->Environment->Keyboard.

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Yes, I have seen that. However, I've pulled up the Resharper Go To Declaration, and the setting looks ok. I still don't know how to get VS to actually do it.

Disclaimer, I'm a long-time IDEA user, but have only recently started in with VS (and ReSharper), so I'm definitely a VS noob.

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I use VS's command: Edit.GoToDefinition.
I don't know whether ReSharper's command is better.

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Hello Tobin
     Please try re-assigning Ctrl+B to 'ReSharper.ReSharper_GoToDefinition' command under 'General' and 'Text Editor' contexts. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

Senior Support Engineer

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

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Well, it's already assigned to "Global" and "Text Editor" and I don't have a "General" context.

(Whoops, accidentally marked the question as answered. It is not answered, but I can't seem to figure out how to unmark it.)

Message was edited by: Tobin Juday

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Hello Tobin
     Is ReSharper enabled and running? Are other ReSharper shortcuts (such as Ctrl+N for Go To Type and Ctrl+Alt+B for Go To Inheritor) working correctly? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

Senior Support Engineer

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

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Oh yes. Alt-F7 (find usages), Ctrl-N (go to type), Ctrl-D (duplicate), Ctrl-click (go to declaration), Alt-Enter (quick fix) all work just fine, I haven't noticed anything else not work right with ReSharper.  

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