Same functionality as (Options->Text Editor->C#->General->Display->Navigation bar)

Hi to all,

I have a codedom generated class which contain a large number of classes. In visual studio, if I use (Options->Text Editor->C#->General->Display->Navigation bar), then once I have selected a class I can then select the methods. Can I do the same thing in Resharper? Cntrl+F12 gives me all the members of the class, what I want is the ability to see the members of just the class I am in.

Regards
JD.

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What about Resharper -> Windows -> File Structure (or CTRL+F11 for Resharper2/IntelliJ Shortcuts)

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Hi,

Thanks for the suggestion. That involves me moving off the editor and going to a File Structure dialog.

What I want is something very similar to "Find members" (cntrl+F12), so if I am in a class, I can see it's member and not all the member of every class in that file.

This would allow me to navigate more easily rather than going off to the File structure dialog.

JD.

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Ok I understand what you mean. I guess you have a reason to hold more than one class in a file so suggesting one class per file is not an option, am I right?

I'm always fitlering the list by typing some characters so I don't have an issue with large classes or more classes per file.

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Hi Sven,

Yes, there is more than one class in a file. I am using RIA services and it is the codedom generations that does this. Ideally I would have preferred it if each class was in it's own file (I will need to see if RIA services allows this).

I do not really want to use the IDE navigator bar.

JD.

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