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FYI, Works in 3.0.458

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Thanks, I'll take a look.

FYI, Works in 3.0.458



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"Matt Moody" <moody.matthew@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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What happened to Ctrl-B?


Attention. You have the choice of two Keyboard Layouts. One "old" which is
compatible to 2.5, and a new one wich should better for existiting Visual
Studio 2005 Shortcuts.

The new one is default while installation!

But Goto declaration seems not to have a default short cut in the new
layout.^

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Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET

http://der-albert.com

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"Matt Moody" <moody.matthew@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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>> What happened to Ctrl-B?
>>

Attention. You have the choice of two Keyboard Layouts. One "old"
which is compatible to 2.5, and a new one wich should better for
existiting Visual Studio 2005 Shortcuts.

The new one is default while installation!

But Goto declaration seems not to have a default short cut in the new
layout.^


...hence, the confusion.


Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET
http://der-albert.com





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Hello Albert,

It doesn't have a shortcut, because it overrides standard VS goto declaration
command, which is invoked by F12.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

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


AW> "Matt Moody" <moody.matthew@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
AW> news:987a1360633ef8c97a367277a372@news.jetbrains.com...
AW>
>> What happened to Ctrl-B?
>>
AW> Attention. You have the choice of two Keyboard Layouts. One "old"
AW> which is compatible to 2.5, and a new one wich should better for
AW> existiting Visual Studio 2005 Shortcuts.
AW>
AW> The new one is default while installation!
AW>
AW> But Goto declaration seems not to have a default short cut in the
AW> new layout.^
AW>
AW> Albert Weinert
AW> MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET
AW> http://der-albert.com
AW>


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"Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> schrieb

Hello Albert,

>

It doesn't have a shortcut, because it overrides standard VS goto
declaration command, which is invoked by F12.


To avoid confusion the shortcut should be displayed in the ReSharper Goto
Menu.

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Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET

http://der-albert.com>

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Hello Albert,

I agree, but it seems there is nothing we can do about it, see http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-40167

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

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


AW> "Ilya Ryzhenkov" <orangy@jetbrains.com> schrieb
AW>
>> Hello Albert,
>>
>> It doesn't have a shortcut, because it overrides standard VS goto
>> declaration command, which is invoked by F12.
>>
AW> To avoid confusion the shortcut should be displayed in the ReSharper
AW> Goto Menu.
AW>
AW> Albert Weinert
AW> MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET
AW> http://der-albert.com>
AW>


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Hi Ilya,

I agree, but it seems there is nothing we can do about it, see
http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-40167


http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-40167#action_165012

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Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET

http://der-albert.com

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Hello Albert,

as mentioned in the previous comment to the request, displaying the VS command
on menu instead of ReSharper's one,
is hardly a solution. VS command would have a different text looking strange
in ReSharper's menu.


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


Hi Ilya,

>> I agree, but it seems there is nothing we can do about it, see
>> http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-40167
>>

http://jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-40167#action_165012

Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET
http://der-albert.com



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"Dmitry Shaporenkov" <dsha@jetbrains.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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as mentioned in the previous comment to the request, displaying the VS
command on menu instead of ReSharper's one,


I know that i had should read everything :)

is hardly a solution. VS command would have a different text looking
strange in ReSharper's menu.


How Strange? It's just text, or not?

Another ugly way ist: Declaration (F12)

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Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET

http://der-albert.com

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Hello Albert,

here's a simple example: we have 'Go To' context menu in ReSharper. The VS
Command overriden by ours has caption
'Go to Declaration', which being placed in the context menu yields duplicate
'Go to'.

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


>> is hardly a solution. VS command would have a different text looking
>> strange in ReSharper's menu.
>>

How Strange? It's just text, or not?



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"Dmitry Shaporenkov" <dsha@jetbrains.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
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here's a simple example: we have 'Go To' context menu in ReSharper. The VS
Command overriden by ours has caption
'Go to Declaration', which being placed in the context menu yields
duplicate 'Go to'.


Ok. It's for the Shortcuts.

You overwrite VS Commands to use the ReSharper Command, but you don't
overwrite the shortcuts and leave it to the VS Command.

For the one whos knows the Shortcut in VS it is not needed to have the
Shortcut bound to the VS Command. So from my view it is safe to set the
Shortcuts to R# Commands. For the one who knows nothing changes, and the
ones who don't know will see the Shortcuts while exploring the R# Menu and
thinks "What a cool command, saves lot auf mouseclick" ;)

As for me i didn't know about that F12 is Go To Declaration. And i liked the
Shortcut R# displays me.

But also i like the new Visual Studio friendly keymaps, cause some short
Short i use very often are easier to access (Navigatte from here, which by
the way also look wierd in the R# Menu "GoTo -> Navigate from here" ;-).

For the new Keymap F2 should be an additional Shortcut for Rename, cause F2
is often used for inplace Editing/Renaming in many tools. So that's
something "natural".

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Albert Weinert
MVP Visual Developer ASP.NET

http://der-albert.com

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