Suggestion: Easier QuickFix for creating methods or property stubs

Hi,

if write the name of none existing method or property then R# marks it
red, so i can go it press and can created the method or
property.

I think it will be a little bit easier for all of us :) if we don't must
go with the cursor to to red marked method or property for pressing
. I would prefer that i can press everywhere in
the line to get "Create XYZ" suggested for a QuickFix.

Currently i'm writing.

Publisher publisher = service.GetPublisherById(e.DeveloperIdentifier);

GetPublisherById() is not existent, so i have to go back to the method
name. That's not optimal.

Regards

Albert Weinert
http://der-albert.com

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Albert Weinert wrote:

Currently i'm writing.

Publisher publisher = service.GetPublisherById(e.DeveloperIdentifier);

GetPublisherById() is not existent, so i have to go back to the method
name. That's not optimal.


I have to agree on that one. So +1!


Ciao,
Jens

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http://www.jenswinter.com

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Hi Albert,

as a workaround you can press F12 to jump to the error location.


Regards,
Stefan Lieser
http://www.lieser-online.de


Albert Weinert schrieb:

Hi,

if write the name of none existing method or property then R# marks it
red, so i can go it press and can created the method or
property.

I think it will be a little bit easier for all of us :) if we don't must
go with the cursor to to red marked method or property for pressing
. I would prefer that i can press everywhere in
the line to get "Create XYZ" suggested for a QuickFix.

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Stefan Lieser schrieb:

as a workaround you can press F12 to jump to the error location.


To many keys to learn :)

Btw. If you can be at 17:30 at the "usual Place" i can pick you up, i meet
Falk a hour before the meeting to configure CruiseControl in my environment
(he has no laptop). Gimme a short note.


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Freundliche Grüße

Albert Weinert
http://der-albert.com

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I'm curious about your presentation. See you in Cologne tonight ;)

Regards,
Thomas

Albert Weinert wrote:

Stefan Lieser schrieb:

>> as a workaround you can press F12 to jump to the error location.


To many keys to learn :)

Btw. If you can be at 17:30 at the "usual Place" i can pick you up, i meet
Falk a hour before the meeting to configure CruiseControl in my environment
(he has no laptop). Gimme a short note.

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Thomas Freudenberg schrieb:

I'm curious about your presentation. See you in Cologne tonight ;)


For the one little shy guy here who's not knowing what's going on here :)

The .net user group cologne (germany) has their meeting today.

http://www.dnug-koeln.de/news/aktuell/news-detail/article/november-treffen-der-dnug-koeln-kopie-1

If you are in Cologne an interested in .NET Developing. Then it's a must to
be at our free for everbody meetings. Of course you can meet Thomas,
Stefan, me and 20 other people their :)


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Freundliche Grüße

Albert Weinert
http://der-albert.com

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