Keymap definition bug

After the upgrade to version 85 my keymap definition is again broken, as after every upgrade before. I am using a localized german VS. The symptom is that after every installation or upgrade the keymap definition is reset to its default (I think) which is very annoying since at least in my VS installation that means that only a few keys are defined for ReSharper. The most usefull ones like e.g. the code completition bindings are all empty, i.e. Ctrl-Space, Ctrl-Shift-Space and Ctrl-Alt-Space are not defined (I think these are the key mappings for code completion?)

So after every upgrade I have to spend about 15 minutes to redefine my keyboard mappings.

Any chance that this will be fixed soon?

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How do you define those key mappings?
I installed ReShaper for the first time, using build 85, but those keys
weren't working. After installing 86 over it, it doesn't work either.

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After the upgrade to version 85 my keymap definition is again broken, as

after every upgrade before. I am using a localized german VS. The symptom is
that after every installation or upgrade the keymap definition is reset to
its default (I think) which is very annoying since at least in my VS
installation that means that only a few keys are defined for ReSharper. The
most usefull ones like e.g. the code completition bindings are all empty,
i.e. Ctrl-Space, Ctrl-Shift-Space and Ctrl-Alt-Space are not defined (I
think these are the key mappings for code completion?)
>

So after every upgrade I have to spend about 15 minutes to redefine my

keyboard mappings.
>

Any chance that this will be fixed soon?



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In the localized german VS it is "Extras" -> "Optionen..." -> "Umgebung" -> "Tastatur". I took the IDEA default keymap to find out which shortcut to assign to which function.

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