Okay, I never got these functions to work correctly or reliably in VS 2003,
and was hoping that ReSharper would fix it. But it doesn't.
I have a solution that has many projects in it. If I go to one project
where I define a type X with a method foo on it, and right click and say
Find Usages Advanced... and select to search the entire solution, it says
"no usages found", even though it's used at least six times across all the
projects in the solution.
Worse, if I go to one of those usages and select resharper's "go to
Declaration", it takes me to the useless object browser. I want to get to
the CODE. I don't even know why the object browser exists, because I can't
get the CODE from it. What's going on here? I want IntelliJ's very nice
"go to declaration" that just takes me right to the code where the method is
defined and implemented.
Is this a bug? Is it broken? Or does it just not work the way I think it