Use tab after a bracket or parenthesis

Hi,

I noticed in VS2003 that after I type a parenthesis (let's say for a parameterless method) I have to use arrow keys to move cursor past closed parenthesis that is automatically added. Is there a way (or add the feature) to use Tab or Enter key to skip and move the cursor after the closed parenthesis?

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In a build post 2.0 they plan to implement a 'smart enter' (or 'complete
statement') function, such that invoking that command (they'll probably map
it to something like Shit-Alt-Enter initially) will "complete" the current
statement (if possible), including adding any trailing semicolons and
starting a new line. Thus you won't have to tab or arrow past the inserted
double parents.

This is a feature of their Java IDE "IDEA", and it just plain rocks. I
can't wait for ReSharper to implement it. It was originally scheduled for
2.0, but due to time constraints it was cut, and moved out to a post 2.0
release...


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Hi,

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I noticed in VS2003 that after I type a parenthesis (let's say for a
parameterless method) I have to use arrow keys to move cursor past closed
parenthesis that is automatically added. Is there a way (or add the
feature) to use Tab or Enter key to skip and move the cursor after the
closed parenthesis?

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Do you know that you can just type over the closing parenthesis?

Valentin Kipiatkov
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JetBrains, Inc
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Hi,

I noticed in VS2003 that after I type a parenthesis (let's say for a
parameterless method) I have to use arrow keys to move cursor past
closed parenthesis that is automatically added. Is there a way (or add
the feature) to use Tab or Enter key to skip and move the cursor after
the closed parenthesis?



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