I was wondering if this is a hidden feature I don't know about, or it is under development, or won't be implemented by some reason, or I have to put into some good place, where it could be considered for next releases:
Simple thing: when you look for usages of some Interface, Property, Method, etc using Alt+F7 (IDEA shortcut), it shows all usages, including all the Unit, Integration and End2End tests which you have in the solution, while in most cases you just need to find how thing is actually used in real code, ignoring all the tests. Yes, tests are green-yellow circles in the tree, so you can "just ignore them", but when your system is tested thoughout, sometimes there is simply too much to ignore, what makes your life harder.
As a workaround, you can group by project, and not expand those which are your test projects, but I also like "Expand All" button, so it doesn't work well either.
Simple "ignore usages in tests" checkbox would do it. R# knows if class is a test or not, and hence should be able to filter them out.
Is it already done? Could it be done if it's not yet? Anyone?
I am sorry if that was asked in here for 1000 times, but quick search by "filter/hide usages tests" didn't yield any results.