Keyboard shortcuts

Hi

suggested keyboard shortcus which come with ReSharper override many existing
shortcuts in VS 2005. Is it necessary? Perhaps it is better to leave them
for their initial commands. It is very confusing when ReSharper does something
completely different than you expected.

Say F12 jumps to symbol. Resharpes has its own command for this purpose,
but you switch between VS with and without ReSharper, it is very uncomfortable.

thank you
Yuriy


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Hello Yuriy,

while I agree that overriding existing keyboard shortcuts with different
meaning
is not very good thing, I should note that VS has so many predefined shortcuts
that it
is difficult to avoid this. Othewise, we would have to map ReSharper actions
to multi-part
key combinations (aka 'chords') like CtrlK, CtrlL.

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

Hi

suggested keyboard shortcus which come with ReSharper override many
existing shortcuts in VS 2005. Is it necessary? Perhaps it is better
to leave them for their initial commands. It is very confusing when
ReSharper does something completely different than you expected.

Say F12 jumps to symbol. Resharpes has its own command for this
purpose, but you switch between VS with and without ReSharper, it is
very uncomfortable.

thank you
Yuriy



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Hello Dmitry,

I use ALT-E, chords for refactorings and ALT- shortcuts for navigation. It's the least confusing combos that I've found. If you are interested, I can post complete shortcut set. DS> Hello Yuriy, DS> DS> while I agree that overriding existing keyboard shortcuts with DS> different DS> meaning DS> is not very good thing, I should note that VS has so many predefined DS> shortcuts DS> that it DS> is difficult to avoid this. Othewise, we would have to map ReSharper DS> actions DS> to multi-part DS>]]> key combinations (aka 'chords') like CtrlK, CtrlL.
DS> Regards,
DS> Dmitry Shaporenkov
DS> JetBrains, Inc
DS> http://www.jetbrains.com
DS> "Develop with pleasure!"
>> Hi
>>
>> suggested keyboard shortcus which come with ReSharper override many
>> existing shortcuts in VS 2005. Is it necessary? Perhaps it is better
>> to leave them for their initial commands. It is very confusing when
>> ReSharper does something completely different than you expected.
>>
>> Say F12 jumps to symbol. Resharpes has its own command for this
>> purpose, but you switch between VS with and without ReSharper, it is
>> very uncomfortable.
>>
>> thank you
>> Yuriy
Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov


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Hello Ilya,

yes, I think a consistent set of mappings would be interesting.

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

Hello Dmitry,

I use ALT-E, <key> chords for refactorings and ALT-<key> shortcuts for
navigation.
It's the least confusing combos that I've found. If you are
interested, I
can post complete shortcut set.

DS>> Hello Yuriy,
DS>>
DS>> while I agree that overriding existing keyboard shortcuts with
DS>> different
DS>> meaning
DS>> is not very good thing, I should note that VS has so many
DS>> predefined
DS>> shortcuts
DS>> that it
DS>> is difficult to avoid this. Othewise, we would have to map
DS>> ReSharper
DS>> actions
DS>> to multi-part
DS>> key combinations (aka 'chords') like CtrlK, CtrlL.
DS>> Regards,
DS>> Dmitry Shaporenkov
DS>> JetBrains, Inc
DS>> http://www.jetbrains.com
DS>> "Develop with pleasure!"
>>> Hi
>>>
>>> suggested keyboard shortcus which come with ReSharper override many
>>> existing shortcuts in VS 2005. Is it necessary? Perhaps it is
>>> better to leave them for their initial commands. It is very
>>> confusing when ReSharper does something completely different than
>>> you expected.
>>>
>>> Say F12 jumps to symbol. Resharpes has its own command for this
>>> purpose, but you switch between VS with and without ReSharper, it is
>>> very uncomfortable.
>>>
>>> thank you
>>> Yuriy

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov



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