Behavior Similar to Power Tools Tab Key

Hey all. Just got ReSharper at work and we have been using the VS Productivity Power tools. I really love how the tab key functions in the Power Tools. Is there anything similar in ReSharper? I have tried turning off some ReSharper features and keeping some of the Power tools turned on but no luck yet.

In case anyone is wondering exactly what I am talking about, the bold section below:

Auto Brace Completion
Automatic Brace Completion improves the productivity of writing code by automatically inserting the closing code construct when the opening construct is typed for VB & C#.  More specifically, this extension:
  • Supports the following constructs: (), {}, [], <>, “”, and ‘’.  
  • Allows you to press <TAB> to navigate past the next enclosing brace
2 comments

Hello Patrick,

First of all you can "type over" any closing brace or quote by typing the
corresponding symbol. You can also complete a construct and move the caret
past that construct by using ReSharper | Edit | Complete Statement (or the
corresponding shortcut). In case this doesn't satisfy your needs you're welcome
to put a feature request at http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issues/RSRP. Thank
you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hey all. Just got ReSharper at work and we have been using the VS
Productivity Power tools. I really love how the tab key functions in
the Power Tools. Is there anything similar in ReSharper? I have tried
turning off some ReSharper features and keeping some of the Power
tools turned on but no luck yet.

In case anyone is wondering exactly what I am talking about, the bold
section below:

*Auto Brace Completion

*Automatic Brace Completion improves the productivity of writing code
by automatically inserting the closing code construct when the opening
construct is typed for VB & C#.  More specifically, this extension:

  • Supports the following constructs: (), {}, [], <>, "", and ''.

  • *Allows you to press <TAB> to navigate past the next enclosing

brace*

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http://devnet.jetbrains.net/message/5322211#5322211



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Andrey,

The typing over approach will definitely work. I did see that someone already suggested the tab key as a future feature so that is very cool. Hopefully it makes it in one day. Thanks for the fast reply.

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