Moving from Coderush

Do we have any bookmark/marking system. If I'm working in one file and want to go edit something in another, how do I switch back to the original file (including position) ... If not I guess I'll have to use VS.Net bookmarks?

Does Resharper support selecting parts of words....

e.g.

originalCartridgeCollection

If caret if in the middle of the word cartridge, how do I select the word cartridge..

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Hello Xopolp,

Welcome to the club ;)

To jump back to editing position, use Ctrl-Shift-Backspace (Go to last editing
location), or "Recent Edits" if you are trying ReSharper 4 early builds.

For selecting parts of words, enable Camel Humps in options: Options / Environment
/ Editor

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


IR> Do we have any bookmark/marking system. If I'm working in one file
IR> and want to go edit something in another, how do I switch back to
IR> the original file (including position) ... If not I guess I'll have
IR> to use VS.Net bookmarks?
IR>
IR> Does Resharper support selecting parts of words....
IR>
IR> e.g.
IR>
IR> originalCartridgeCollection
IR>
IR> If caret if in the middle of the word cartridge, how do I select the
IR> word cartridge..
IR>


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Thanks Ilya,

One more question. When I bring up the File Structure pop-up how do I close that from the keyboard. Pressing Alt-F4 seems to being up the VS.Net Close Solution..

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Hello Xopolp,

It is toolwindow, not popup window. Like Properties, or Solution Explorer.
So you can hide it using the Visual Studio command "Window.CloseToolwindow",
the default shortcut is Shift-Esc.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


IR> Thanks Ilya,
IR>
IR> One more question. When I bring up the File Structure pop-up how do
IR> I close that from the keyboard. Pressing Alt-F4 seems to being up
IR> the VS.Net Close Solution..
IR>


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One more question. :)

When I create a class like

public class CartridgeService : ICartridgeService
{

}

I have no yet implemented ICartridgeService so I hover up there and press alt+enter, it gives me option to create ICartridgeService however it puts in same class.. How can I specify that I want to create in a seperate class in a seperate project in solution.

Thanks in advance

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Hi,

use refactoring method "Move" for moving class to separated file.

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Best regards,
Alexander Nesterenko
www.safedevelop.com


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Thats a 2-step provess...

You can execute a move refactor on the interface to move it to a seperate file...

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