Keyboard mapping like IntelliJ IDEA?

I have been using ReSharper for years and love it. It really boosts my productivity.

Recently I had the opportunity to use IntelliJ IDEA. It was difficult to use because the key mappings are different. My memory isn't as good as it used to be, so remembering CTRL-ALT-F on ReSharper is CTRL-ALT-L on IntelliJ IDEA is too taxing for me. Is there a way to export the key bindings from one and import them to the other? If there is, are there any warnings against doing it?

If I can't make the key bindings the same, is there an equivalent in ReSharper to IntelliJ IDEA's CTRL-SHIFT-A? At least with this I do not have to commit so much to memory.

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Hello,

You're welcome to use IDEA keyboard scheme for Resharper. I've attached a screenshot of the options dialog for a reference.
Thanks!



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I am using that setting in ReSharper. However, the keyboard shortcuts for this scheme are not the same as those in IntelliJ IDEA.

For example, the shortcut for Format is CTRL-ALT-F in ReSharper but CTRL-ALT-L on IntelliJ IDEA. And hitting CTRL-SHIFT-A on ReSharper is mapped to Add New Item, not Find Action as it is in IntelliJ IDEA.

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Hi Larzeb,

You're welcome to remap missing keyboard shortcuts you're used to in "Tools | Options | Environment | Keyboard" dialog.
Hope this helps.

Thanks!

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Is there a ReSharper command that I can map to "Find Action (Ctrl+Shift+A)"?

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Did you find one? This is the most important command w.r.t accessing everything. In fact, the only alternative would be the Quick Lists feature. Maybe this should be taken up as a feature with immediate priority?

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The closest you can get I believe is programming your shortcut for Edit.NavigateTo which navigates within and outside the document. But this is only navigated :-(

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