Resetting all keyboard shortcuts

Resharper seems to have messed up it's shortcuts. When I pressed F12 on a definition in a .aspx of .xaml file, I used to be taken to the code-behind, unless I pressed on F12 on something like a ListView, when I'd see the item in the object explorer. I've tried resetting both the Visual Studio and Resharper keyboard shortcuts but now, inspecting something I don't have the source for (eg: a ListView) just takes me to the metadata.

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Hello Ech,

Do I understand correctly that 'Right click -> Go To Declaration' works fine
on definitions in .aspx and .xaml files? Thank you!

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

Resharper seems to have messed up it's shortcuts. When I pressed F12
on a definition in a .aspx of .xaml file, I used to be taken to the
code-behind, unless I pressed on F12 on something like a ListView,
when I'd see the item in the object explorer. I've tried resetting
both the Visual Studio and Resharper keyboard shortcuts but now,
inspecting something I don't have the source for (eg: a ListView) just
takes me to the metadata.

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Original message URL:
http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5319056#5319056



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Yes, but now they both go to the code view (which is fine for source I have), but for source I don't have (eg: attributes on a Hyperlink such as Text, or the definition for Hyperlink itself, I used to see the object browser, which is what I want. Now they both go to a code view, but the text property for the hyperlink goes to whatever metadata is available.

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Hello Ech,

If you'd like to navigate to Object Browser by default, open ReSharper |
Options | Tools | External Sources and switch to 'Navigate to Object Browser'
option. You can also use ReSharper | Navigate | Navigate To... and choose
desired destination from the pop-up menu.

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

Yes, but now they both go to the code view (which is fine for source I
have), but for source I don't have (eg: attributes on a Hyperlink such
as Text, or the definition for Hyperlink itself, I used to see the
object browser, which is what I want. Now they both go to a code view,
but the text property for the hyperlink goes to whatever metadata is
available.

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Original message URL:
http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5319193#5319193



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Thanks Andrey, I'll give that a try. The best bits are often in the strangest places.

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