Keyboard Issues w/IME

I have a colleague that cannot use the ctrl+space key combinations since he
has the IME installed for multiple languages. When he types ctrl+space, it
brings up his IME editor for entering Chinese strings, not the Intellisense
of the VS.NET/ReSharper. Is there any way to re-map the key combinations?

Thanks,
Derek Price


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Since no one has responded, I'm assuming no one has run into this, which I
find surprising. Can anyone at JetBrains comment on this?

Thanks!
Derek

"Derek Price" <derek.price@gmail.com> wrote in message
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I have a colleague that cannot use the ctrl+space key combinations since

he

has the IME installed for multiple languages. When he types ctrl+space,

it

brings up his IME editor for entering Chinese strings, not the

Intellisense

of the VS.NET/ReSharper. Is there any way to re-map the key combinations?

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Thanks,
Derek Price

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Hello Derek,

we'll check this problem. Thank you for reporting it.

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

Since no one has responded, I'm assuming no one has run into this,
which I find surprising. Can anyone at JetBrains comment on this?

Thanks!
Derek
"Derek Price" <derek.price@gmail.com> wrote in message
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>> I have a colleague that cannot use the ctrl+space key combinations
>> since
>>

he

>> has the IME installed for multiple languages. When he types
>> ctrl+space,
>>

it

>> brings up his IME editor for entering Chinese strings, not the
>>

Intellisense

>> of the VS.NET/ReSharper. Is there any way to re-map the key
>> combinations?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Derek Price


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