Resharper 5: Resharper.GotoDeclaration is not currently available

Greeting all,

I just upgraded R# 4.5 to R# 5.0.

I am trying to navigate my code with the Resharper.GotoDeclaration command (bound to f12) and it's doing nothing.  I rebound the command to another key stroke to see if it was something with the f12 key.  When I try to use my new keystroke I keep getting the "The key combination (blah) is bound to the command (ReSharper.GotoDeclaration) which is not currently available.

I am not exactly sure why I am getting this and it's not navigating to my class.  I am in a code window, not in debug mode, on a class name that I created smacking f12 or my custom key stroke to the point where I am ready to throw the keyboard out the window.

What am I doing wrong? Why is the command not available?  Did I piss of the resharper gods?  If I did, I am sorry, just make my goto declaration work, please..

Environment:
VS 2008
Resharper 5.0

Thanks in advance..

cmb..

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Hello Craig
     Does other ReSharper functionality (such as code analysis, Go To Type/File/Member etc) work fine? Please make sure ReSharper is not suspended under Tools > Options > ReSharper > General. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky

Support Engineer

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

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Hi Andrey,

Checked Tools > Options > ReSharper > General.  Resharper is enabled.

I can use commands like GoToFileMember, GoTo Type, Highlight usages, etc fine.

It's just the GoToDeclaration which doesn't do anything.

I can right click on the class name and select goto declaration from the context menu and that works.

cmb..

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Hello Craig
     Please open Tools > Options > Environment > Keyboard and assign F12 to 'ReSharper.ReSharper_GoToDeclaration' command in Global and Text Editor contexts. Let me know if this helps.

Andrey Serebryansky

Support Engineer

JetBrains, Inc

http://www.jetbrains.com

"Develop with pleasure!"

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Hi Andrey,

That seemed to do it.

So being the curious fellow that I am: What is the difference between Resharper.GoToDeclaration and Resharper.Resharper_GoToDeclaration.

cmb..

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I had the same problem which was corrected by the solution you recommended.

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