Generate Stub Method

When typing the name of a new Method, I'd like to use Alt-Enter to show the
popup menu which allows me to generate the stub.
In order to display the indicator for the popup menu, you must type a
parenthesis to provide some context for ReSharper.
However, once you type the "(", the cursor is no longer over the method name
and the Alt-Enter command will not work.
So, you must either click the method name or use arrow keys to move the
cursor back over the name.
Is this a bug?



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Hello Jeff,

It is rather usability flaw, and not a bug :) Well, I admit, it is the bad
thing. All I can suggest at the moment is to read my article about deferring
QuickFix application (http://resharper.blogspot.com/2007/05/jedi-way-coding-in-reverse.html)
and use Previous/Next Error command to jump directly to the unresolved symbols.
Look into ReSharper | Go to menu for shortcuts.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


J> When typing the name of a new Method, I'd like to use Alt-Enter to
J> show the
J> popup menu which allows me to generate the stub.
J> In order to display the indicator for the popup menu, you must type a
J> parenthesis to provide some context for ReSharper.
J> However, once you type the "(", the cursor is no longer over the
J> method name
J> and the Alt-Enter command will not work.
J> So, you must either click the method name or use arrow keys to move
J> the
J> cursor back over the name.
J> Is this a bug?


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