[239] Ctrl-N - Am I using this wrong?

I am sitting on a class - we have 1 class per file - need to go to another class. I type Ctrl-N, enter the new class (selecting it from the list after typing enough characters to limit it). Nothing happens. Either when I select the type from the list or type the name and hit enter. Even when I type the fully qualified name and enter - nothing.

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Hello David,

does it happen with every type? Does it start to work after you re-open the
solution?
Thanks.


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

I am sitting on a class - we have 1 class per file - need to go to
another class. I type Ctrl-N, enter the new class (selecting it from
the list after typing enough characters to limit it). Nothing
happens. Either when I select the type from the list or type the name
and hit enter. Even when I type the fully qualified name and enter -
nothing.



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Yes, it happens on every type. Restarting the IDE clears it and it works as expected.

Note: I had opened a class diagram in the prior session of the IDE - this may have been the issue. See my earlier messages concerning the CD.

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Hello David,

so do I understand correctly that you're getting an exception when adding
/ opening new files?
If yes, then this of course explains the problem with Ctrl-N. By the way,
we would greatly acknowledge
a way to repeat those exceptions here. If you could reproduce them on a simple
solution that can be
sent to us, it would bre just great...

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

Yes, it happens on every type. Restarting the IDE clears it and it
works as expected.

Note: I had opened a class diagram in the prior session of the IDE -
this may have been the issue. See my earlier messages concerning the
CD.



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No, I do not have exception opening or closing files - just class diagrams. Once I have done so, I have many problems with R#, of many different kinds - including it appears with Ctrl-N. Once I have removed the problems caused by the opening of the class diagram - which takes closing the CD, the IDE, removing the R# cache directory, the R#.user file AND the solution's suo file and restarting the IDE - then Ctrl-N works.

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