Most wanted featured in R# jump to implemented method

In software development today with inversion of control / mocking / unit testing I very frequently end up with many classes that define an interface that only has 1 implementer (or only 1 inside the same assembley) when I'm navigating code frequently I will control click a method expecting to be taken to the body of it but instead end up at the interface. For jump to take me directly to my implementer would be a massive productivity boost. Or for files with multiple implementers to display a list of them similar to when suggest reference finds multiple candidates and proioritize the one in the same namespace, then assembly then others.

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Hello Chris,

unit testing I very frequently end up with many classes that define an
interface that only has 1 implementer (or only 1 inside the same
assembley) when I'm navigating code frequently I will control click a
method expecting to be taken to the body of it but instead end up at


Navigate->Derived Symbols

Alt+End

Regards

Albert


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I would prefer to see some listbox of implemented methods, including the interface one, on Ctrl + Click. Would it be possible?

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That does indeed do it Albert however I stand with Martin it would be alot more intutitive if it was included to ctrl+click as I didn't know that functionality existed prior to this post for alt+end.

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