intellij-style control-key hyperlinks?

Hello. You guys are inspiring my company to work harder - two builds in
two days!
Anyway, I figured I'd ask before making an ITN feature request. I miss
a feature from IntelliJ, where you hold down the control key and
variables & type declarations become underlined under the mouse (and
clicking on them takes you to the definition or declaration). A
superficial request, to be sure, but I always thought it was elegant.
Makes the class file feel more 'browsable'.

Thanks,

-Don

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Don,

we thought about this feature, but (without going into details too much)
it turned out too difficult because of lack of APIs on the VS.NET side.
We first implement those features which do not require so tight integration
efforts,
so we decided to delay it. But don't say good-bye to it, it's time will
come!

As for the request, it is already in the tracker:
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/resharper/viewSCR?publicId=57
You see, you are not the only man who consider it elegant :)

"don fong" <chris@cstafford.net> wrote in message
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Hello. You guys are inspiring my company to work harder - two builds in
two days!
Anyway, I figured I'd ask before making an ITN feature request. I miss
a feature from IntelliJ, where you hold down the control key and
variables & type declarations become underlined under the mouse (and
clicking on them takes you to the definition or declaration). A
superficial request, to be sure, but I always thought it was elegant.
Makes the class file feel more 'browsable'.

>

Thanks,

>

-Don



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