which keyboard shortcuts shadowm others?

I have Resharper 5.1 on VS2010 premium on Windows 7. If I choose the
Visual Studio scheme, do the default keybindings shadow/redefine any VS2010
shortcuts? If so, what are they? Does Resharper > Options > Visual Studio Integration help here?
Doesn't look like it.

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Hello Mike,

ReSharper does re-define some of the default shortcuts with Visual Studio
scheme (such as Ctrl+T for instance), but I do not have a full list of such
shortcuts at hand. Thank you!

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

I have Resharper 5.1 on VS2010 premium on Windows 7. If I choose the
Visual Studio scheme, do the default keybindings shadow/redefine any
VS2010
shortcuts? If so, what are they? Does Resharper > Options > Visual
Studio Integration help here?
Doesn't look like it.
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Let's go at this problem differently then. R#5.1 seems to define 200+ commands for
VS2010. I can see those commands with Tools | Options | Environment | Keyboard
and they all seem to start with 'ReSharper.ReSharper_'. Is that true?

These commands can all be invoked at the VS command window. Some merit
a shortcut because they're often used. For example ReSharper.ReSharper_BlockComment
is bound to Ctrl+Shift+/. I could just as well issue the command ReSharper.ReSharper_BlockComment, but
the shortcut is, well, shorter. ReSharper.ReSharper_BlockComment seems similar to the VS2010 Edit.CommentSelection,
which is bound to Ctrl+K,Ctrl+C.

Now the questions.

1) Where are the individual ReSharper commands described? Some are in the documentation but not many.
    The wrong answer here is "they're not described anywhere". It's wrong because I bought a product I don't
    know how to use. If that *is* the answer, then tell me you'll work on the description as part of some near future
    release. It's not enough for Jetbrains to write them. I need to know how and when to best use them.

2) Which R# commands are meant to be better versions of VS2010 commands, similar to the example above
    with ReSharper.ReSharper_BlockComment and Edit.CommentSelection? Why is the R# version better?

3) Finally, there's a useful Idea plugin called "Describe Key" where you give a shortcut and idea tells you the command
    that would be executed if the shortcut is bound. Does VS2010 have something like this? I can't find a 2010 equivalent.

Jetbrains generally makes good stuff I buy. But you skimp on the documentation. This includes one sentence paraphrases
that don't add any additional information and no examples at all. I'm not a mind reader. If you keep doing this, I'll stop buying
your stuff.

I don't mean to kill the messenger(s) here, I just want to understand the tool(s) I'm using. Thanks.

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Hi Mike,

It's not only certain re-mappings but there's also an issue on upgrade certain key mappings being lost. We've logged this. Unfortunately it's not a simple issue to fix in 5.1 but it's on the list to fix. There's a plug-in for ReSharper for providing information on keymappings: http://keymaps.forresharper.org/ that might help you. The rest of your questions, I'll find out and let you know ASAP.

We're also working on improving documentation and screencasts and tutorials and are continuously looking for ways to help developers leverage the most out of ReSharper. Please let me know what we can do here to help improve your experiences. Also, if you're on Twitter, I'd recommend following our @ReSharper account that provides tips/tricks frequently.

Thanks.

Regards,

--
Hadi Hariri
Technical Evangelist
JetBrains, Inc
"Develop with pleasure!"
http://www.jetbrains.com | http://hadihariri.com | http://twitter.com/hhariri

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Right idea, but doesn't appear to work for R#5.1. The assembly must have some kind of dependency. Thanks.

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As far as I know it was working. What's the exact issue?

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