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Try ctrl+F12 in a class that has a methods called SomeMethod, then type SM
(in capitals) into the popup......sweet, or what?

if found a new option "Use CamelHumps" in the Editor options of R#2.5.
What does setting this option effect?

Regards
Klaus



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I was worng, "Use CamelHumps" controls whether ctrl+left/right arrow will
move the cursor to the next "hump" (e.g. to from the C to the H of CamelHumps)
or to the next word. I like this a lot :)

if found a new option "Use CamelHumps" in the Editor options of R#2.5.
What does setting this option effect?

Regards
Klaus



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Sean Kearon schrieb:

Try ctrl+F12 in a class that has a methods called SomeMethod, then type
SM (in capitals) into the popup......sweet, or what?


Yes, sweat.

But it won't work if an undescore is it the name

private void View_OnRefreshed(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
throw new NotImplementedException();
}

so VO or VOR shows nothing. Should be changed :)


Regards

Albert

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V_O should work. This is general, so you can type SoM to get SomeMethod(),
but not SlowMethod(), etc.

Sean Kearon schrieb:

>> Try ctrl+F12 in a class that has a methods called SomeMethod, then
>> type SM (in capitals) into the popup......sweet, or what?
>>

Yes, sweat.

But it won't work if an undescore is it the name

private void View_OnRefreshed(object sender, EventArgs e)
{
throw new NotImplementedException();
}
so VO or VOR shows nothing. Should be changed :)

Regards

Albert



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Hello,

The corresponding bug has been created, and you are welcome to monitor its
status at http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-31222.

Best regards,
- Development Team.


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Yeah - I usually get it okay with left, but sometimes it does skip the whole
word.

Sean Kearon wrote:

>> I was worng, "Use CamelHumps" controls whether ctrl+left/right arrow
>> will move the cursor to the next "hump" (e.g. to from the C to the H
>> of CamelHumps) or to the next word. I like this a lot :)
>>

In fact this only works with ctrlright. When I hit ctrlleft the
cursor moves to the start of the word, but not the next hump.

I suppose this is a little bug.

Ciao,
Jens



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Sean Kearon wrote:

I was worng, "Use CamelHumps" controls whether ctrl+left/right arrow
will move the cursor to the next "hump" (e.g. to from the C to the H of
CamelHumps) or to the next word. I like this a lot :)


In fact this only works with ctrlright. When I hit ctrlleft the cursor
moves to the start of the word, but not the next hump.

I suppose this is a little bug.


Ciao,
Jens

--
http://www.jenswinter.com

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Sean,

In fact this only works with ctrlright. When I hit ctrlleft the cursor
moves to the start of the word, but not the next hump.

>

I suppose this is a little bug.

It is. And it's already fixed in the upcoming build. By the way,CamelHumps
also affects ctrlshiftleft/right and ctrl+W

--
Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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Thanks for the info Sergey. I think this is a great new feature. It's wierd
it not being there when I'm not in the IDE now!

Sean,

>> In fact this only works with ctrlright. When I hit ctrlleft the
>> cursor moves to the start of the word, but not the next hump.
>>
>> I suppose this is a little bug.
>>

It is. And it's already fixed in the upcoming build. By the
way,CamelHumps also affects ctrlshiftleft/right and ctrl+W



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Sergey V. Coox (JetBrains) schrieb:

>> In fact this only works with ctrlright. When I hit ctrlleft the cursor
>> moves to the start of the word, but not the next hump.
>>
>> I suppose this is a little bug.

It is. And it's already fixed in the upcoming build.


For which time frame is the next release build planned, currently i'm
thinking switching back to 2.02 because of
http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/RSRP-31229
But installing a 2.0 of R# is also not funny (long running, popping up
all other add ins for initialization).

Regards
Albert Weinert

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Albert,

The next build is to be published on Tuesday Nov, 7.

--
Sergey V. Coox
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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Sergey V. Coox (JetBrains) schrieb:

The next build is to be published on Tuesday Nov, 7.


Fine, so i will try to live with the problems for one day :)

--
Freundliche Grüße

Albert Weinert
http://der-albert.com

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