Stop intellisense selecting frequently / recently / most used members?

Hello,

I'm using Reshaper 5.1, working with C#. Is it possible to disable the behaviour where the intellisense popup changes its selection based on your history? With Visual Studio there's an option "IntelliSense pre-selects most recently used members" that I can turn off, but I can't find anything similar in Resharper.

Basically, I want completely predicatble behaviour - I want it to depend only on the code in the files, and definately not in any way on way on the actions I've taken editing them.

For example, if I know that pressing dot, t, o, enter inserts .ToString() then I really don't want the fact that I happen to have recently had to put in a bunch of .ToWindow() calls to change that behaviour! I shouldn't have to look at the list to see what's going to be inserted.

Is there any way of getting this simplified behaviour?

Thanks,

Alex

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Hello Alex,

There's no way to disable this behavior at the moment. One can only reset
the statistical item usage data by clearing the .resharper.user file under your solution
folder. We've received similar complaints and we will discuss if we can add
simplified behavior in the future. Thank you!

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

Hello,

I'm using Reshaper 5.1, working with C#. Is it possible to disable the
behaviour where the intellisense popup changes its selection based on
your history? With Visual Studio there's an option "IntelliSense
pre-selects most recently used members" that I can turn off, but I
can't find anything similar in Resharper.

Basically, I want completely predicatble behaviour - I want it to
depend only on the code in the files, and definately not in any way on
way on the actions I've taken editing them.

For example, if I know that pressing dot, t, o, enter inserts
.ToString() then I really don't want the fact that I happen to have
recently had to put in a bunch of .ToWindow() calls to change that
behaviour! I shouldn't have to look at the list to see what's going to
be inserted.

Is there any way of getting this simplified behaviour?

Thanks,

Alex

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Thanks for the response. I hope to see this option added to a future version.

Regards,

Alex

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