Feature request: use wildcards in the "File structure popup" (Ctrl + F12)

A nice addition to ReSharper would be the possibibility to navigat the file
structure popup (Ctrl + F12) with wildcards just like finding types (Ctrl +
N).

Gabriel Lozano-Morán


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Absolutely!

Regards,
Uwe.


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Hi,

I've already added this to the tracker (#12488).

Christian

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Hello Christian,

Surely it does - as one types in the pop-up the selected line moves down
- the difference I guess is that it doesn't shorten the list!
The trouble with doing it the way <Ctrl-N> works would be that all you will
get is an empty drop-down to start with until you start typing - but as it
is you get an overview of the file structure.

The question is whether it is a primarily a file-structure dialog or a search
dialog...

Personally I think it is good as it is - <ctrl-N> can have thousands of items
in it but a single class shouldn't be too big - so it's nice to see it all
at once.

Ronnie

Hi,

I've already added this to the tracker (#12488).

Christian



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Hello Ronnie,

Actually there is a check-box to turn this functionality on - there is another
thread in this list "File structure popup option question"

Ronnie

Hello Christian,

Surely it does - as one types in the pop-up the selected line moves
down
- the difference I guess is that it doesn't shorten the list!
The trouble with doing it the way <Ctrl-N> works would be that all you
will
get is an empty drop-down to start with until you start typing - but
as it
is you get an overview of the file structure.
The question is whether it is a primarily a file-structure dialog or a
search dialog...

Personally I think it is good as it is - <ctrl-N> can have thousands
of items in it but a single class shouldn't be too big - so it's nice
to see it all at once.

Ronnie

>> Hi,
>>
>> I've already added this to the tracker (#12488).
>>
>> Christian
>>


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