Keyboard mappings

I am very interested in a full feature refactoring tool for C# and have
taken a quick look at the "Features" page for this product.

Even before using the product I can see that you are replacing a whole load
of currently assigned short cut keys. Being a keyboard freak and having
taken a lot of time to learn a load of these shortcuts, I do not want to
find that they suddenly map to different actions.

Would you consider using a set, or at least providing a predefined set, of
short cuts that do not confict with the default VS Developer Studio
shortcuts?

Currently, from your feature page, you replace the following that I
regularly use:
VS Resharper
Ctrl+B New breakpoint Go to declaration
CtrlAltB Breakpoints window Go to inheritor
Ctrl+U Lower case selection Go to base
Ctrl+N New item Go to type
CtrlShiftN New project Go to file

For a fuller list of VS shortcuts, try the following link:
http://safari.oreilly.com/?XmlId=0-596-00360-9/mastvsnet-APP-C


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James,

We are currently considering a global choice between VS and ReSharper
style. This will set fonts, icons and, maybe, keyboard shortcuts to either
scheme.

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Oleg Stepanov
Software Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"James Hebben" <james.hebben@virgin.net> wrote in message
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I am very interested in a full feature refactoring tool for C# and have
taken a quick look at the "Features" page for this product.

>

Even before using the product I can see that you are replacing a whole

load

of currently assigned short cut keys. Being a keyboard freak and having
taken a lot of time to learn a load of these shortcuts, I do not want to
find that they suddenly map to different actions.

>

Would you consider using a set, or at least providing a predefined set, of
short cuts that do not confict with the default VS Developer Studio
shortcuts?

>

Currently, from your feature page, you replace the following that I
regularly use:
VS Resharper
Ctrl+B New breakpoint Go to declaration
CtrlAltB Breakpoints window Go to inheritor
Ctrl+U Lower case selection Go to base
Ctrl+N New item Go to type
CtrlShiftN New project Go to file

>

For a fuller list of VS shortcuts, try the following link:
http://safari.oreilly.com/?XmlId=0-596-00360-9/mastvsnet-APP-C

>
>


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VS seem to have lot of shortcuts occupied. Can you imagine some shortcuts
for the listed actions which do not conflict with VS?

--
Valentin Kipiatkov
Chief Scientist, Vice President of Product Development
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

"James Hebben" <james.hebben@virgin.net> wrote in message
news:c2kae0$9r1$1@is.intellij.net...

I am very interested in a full feature refactoring tool for C# and have
taken a quick look at the "Features" page for this product.

>

Even before using the product I can see that you are replacing a whole

load

of currently assigned short cut keys. Being a keyboard freak and having
taken a lot of time to learn a load of these shortcuts, I do not want to
find that they suddenly map to different actions.

>

Would you consider using a set, or at least providing a predefined set, of
short cuts that do not confict with the default VS Developer Studio
shortcuts?

>

Currently, from your feature page, you replace the following that I
regularly use:
VS Resharper
Ctrl+B New breakpoint Go to declaration
CtrlAltB Breakpoints window Go to inheritor
Ctrl+U Lower case selection Go to base
Ctrl+N New item Go to type
CtrlShiftN New project Go to file

>

For a fuller list of VS shortcuts, try the following link:
http://safari.oreilly.com/?XmlId=0-596-00360-9/mastvsnet-APP-C

>
>


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It'd be great if you had a ReSharper keymap that's global. It'd also be great if the keymap matched IDEA as much as humanly possible. That way, you wouldn't have the cognitive dissonance when switching between them.

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