Multiple Find Usages in Context Menu

Hi,

When I pull up the context menu whilst editing a C# file I end up with
a block of 14 menu items entitled Find Usages in one lot and then a
group near the bottom with one Find Usages grouped with Find Usages
Advanced.

I guess this has come from a bodged install or something - is there any
way I can go into setting to remove the unnecessary entries?

Cheers,

Julian

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Hello Julian,

in order to get rid or extra entries in VS 2005, you can disable ReSharper,
reset all settings (Tools|Import And Export Settings) and then enable ReSharper
again.

If you are on VS 2003, close all instances of VS and run 'devenv.exe /setup'
from the command line.
However, this will also destroy all your custom toolbars.


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

Hi,

When I pull up the context menu whilst editing a C# file I end up with
a block of 14 menu items entitled Find Usages in one lot and then a
group near the bottom with one Find Usages grouped with Find Usages
Advanced.

I guess this has come from a bodged install or something - is there
any way I can go into setting to remove the unnecessary entries?

Cheers,

Julian



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Hi Dmitry,

in order to get rid or extra entries in VS 2005, you can disable ReSharper,
reset all settings (Tools|Import And Export Settings) and then enable ReSharper
again.


OK, will give that a go.

Cheers,

Julian

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