How do I go back to the last cursor location?

Hi - I am using R# 2.5.

When I read code I always navigate around using the R# shortcut Ctrl+B. However
I often need to go back to where I was, when I pressed Ctrl+B.

Does anyone know if this is possible?

Cheers
Thomas


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Thomas,
Does Standard VS 'Navigate Backward' command do what you need? Its default
shortcut is Ctrl+-

Friendly,
Dmitry

Hi - I am using R# 2.5.

When I read code I always navigate around using the R# shortcut
Ctrl+B. However I often need to go back to where I was, when I pressed
Ctrl+B.

Does anyone know if this is possible?

Cheers
Thomas

--
Dmitry Lomov
Technical Lead/Software Architect
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop With Pleasure!"


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Hello Dmitry, thanks for your reply. :)

"Navigate Back" does not work.

When I use them it changes to another code file. Actually the "navigation"
it provides seem completely random.

Cheers
Thomas

Thomas,
Does Standard VS 'Navigate Backward' command do what you need? Its
default
shortcut is Ctrl+-
Friendly,
Dmitry

>> Hi - I am using R# 2.5.
>>
>> When I read code I always navigate around using the R# shortcut
>> Ctrl+B. However I often need to go back to where I was, when I
>> pressed Ctrl+B.
>>
>> Does anyone know if this is possible?
>>
>> Cheers
>> Thomas

--
Dmitry Lomov
Technical Lead/Software Architect
JetBrains, Inc.
"Develop With Pleasure!"



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I also still experience R# last getting locked into a particular file and
not retracing all the all last edit locations. Related?


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Hello Sean,

My problem seems to be the opposite.

When I do CtrlB to a location within the same file and then Ctrl- with
the intention of going. VS2005 selects a completely different file and selects
some random location.

Also, I am not editing anything. I am just browsing the code, thus "back
to last EDIT location" is not what I want. Its more like "back to last jump
point".

Thomas

I also still experience R# last getting locked into a particular file
and not retracing all the all last edit locations. Related?



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Hi Thomas

Aha, I see. I've just tried that and it seems to be fine on mine.

Cheers

Sean


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Hello Sean,

I just tried the Ctrl+- short cut again, and after a few moments of spurios
behaviour, it suddenly began behaving correctly. Weird. :)

Thomas

Hi Thomas

Aha, I see. I've just tried that and it seems to be fine on mine.

Cheers

Sean



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I dunno if it helps, but I sometimes need to press it twice in order to get
back. I don't know why that's sometime necessary.

"Thomas Koch" <thomask_ts@yahoo.dk> wrote in message
news:2bb2141619a88c9382d1625ac9d@news.jetbrains.com...

Hello Sean,

>

I just tried the Ctrl+- short cut again, and after a few moments of
spurios behaviour, it suddenly began behaving correctly. Weird. :)

>

Thomas

>
>> Hi Thomas
>>
>> Aha, I see. I've just tried that and it seems to be fine on mine.
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> Sean
>>
>



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Interesting - maybe I'll try the same with the last edit location behaviour
that I get, which is also spurious.


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