shortcut problem

Hi

Today I installed R# 2.5, deinstalled it and installed 2.02. The problem
is Cntr + backward/forward arrows wont work any more. In VS keyboard
options they are bound Edit.MoveControlLeft / Right but nothing happens
when I press the 2 keys. Any ideas are welcome.

TNX

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Kevin,

ReSharper 2.5 overrides controlarrow as well as controlshift+arrows while
version 2.0.* does not. After uninstall no shortcuts installed before
ReSharper installation are restored, so the only option is to restore them
manually in Tools->Options->Keyboard. Sorry for inconvenience.

BTW, why have you rolled back to 2.0.*?

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JetBrains, Inc
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Sergey, thanks for the anwser.

The problem is I cant restore the shortcuts, I`ve assigned Cntr + left
arrow to Edit.MoveControlLeft in Global and in Text editor, but still
nothing happens when keys are pressed.

Currently in 2.5 there are at least two features I miss: Cntr + space
does not suggest variable name and after manual in place edit of a name
the menu to apply the change to all usages does not always appear.

Sergey V. Coox (JetBrains) wrote:

Kevin,

ReSharper 2.5 overrides controlarrow as well as controlshift+arrows while
version 2.0.* does not. After uninstall no shortcuts installed before
ReSharper installation are restored, so the only option is to restore them
manually in Tools->Options->Keyboard. Sorry for inconvenience.

BTW, why have you rolled back to 2.0.*?

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Kevin,

The problem is I cant restore the shortcuts, I`ve assigned Cntr + left
arrow to Edit.MoveControlLeft in Global and in Text editor, but still
nothing happens when keys are pressed.

You shoud have assigned it to Edit.WordPrev (other similar are
Edit.WordNext, Edit.WordNextExtend, Edit.WordPrevExtend)

Currently in 2.5 there are at least two features I miss: Cntr + space does
not suggest variable name and after manual in place edit of a name the
menu to apply the change to all usages does not always appear.

Hmm, could you check ReSharper->Options->Intellisense. Is it set to
ReSjarper's one?

--
Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"
"Kevin" <sure@why.not> wrote in message news:em5o3l$kff$1@is.intellij.net...


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Hello Kevin,

Have you tried Tools | Options - Environment | Keyboard?

Sergey, thanks for the anwser.

The problem is I cant restore the shortcuts, I`ve assigned Cntr + left
arrow to Edit.MoveControlLeft in Global and in Text editor, but still
nothing happens when keys are pressed.

Currently in 2.5 there are at least two features I miss: Cntr + space
does not suggest variable name and after manual in place edit of a
name the menu to apply the change to all usages does not always
appear.

Sergey V. Coox (JetBrains) wrote:

>> Kevin,
>>
>> ReSharper 2.5 overrides controlarrow as well as controlshift+arrows
>> while version 2.0.* does not. After uninstall no shortcuts installed
>> before ReSharper installation are restored, so the only option is to
>> restore them manually in Tools->Options->Keyboard. Sorry for
>> inconvenience.
>>
>> BTW, why have you rolled back to 2.0.*?
>>


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:))

You guys have great products and support. Shortcuts are OK now.
The intellisense was set to R#.

Sergey V. Coox (JetBrains) wrote:

Kevin,

>> The problem is I cant restore the shortcuts, I`ve assigned Cntr + left
>> arrow to Edit.MoveControlLeft in Global and in Text editor, but still
>> nothing happens when keys are pressed.

You shoud have assigned it to Edit.WordPrev (other similar are
Edit.WordNext, Edit.WordNextExtend, Edit.WordPrevExtend)

>> Currently in 2.5 there are at least two features I miss: Cntr + space does
>> not suggest variable name and after manual in place edit of a name the
>> menu to apply the change to all usages does not always appear.

Hmm, could you check ReSharper->Options->Intellisense. Is it set to
ReSjarper's one?

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