Highlight Usages Problem

Hi there!
Highlight Usages (CtrlShiftF7) doesnt show Usages that are hidden in a region. Though I can see, why this is. I dont think it should be that way. It can be very annoying.

Thanx, Guido

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Guido,

do you mean that if a usage occurs in a hidden region you can't see the
corresponding
usage mark on the gutter?

"Guido Stinnez" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Hi there!
Highlight Usages (CtrlShiftF7) doesnt show Usages that are hidden in a
region. Though I can see, why this is. I dont think it should be that way.
It can be very annoying.

>

Thanx, Guido



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Exactly!
It can i.e. make you think there is only that one usage, so you can change the code easily.

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This is a known problem:
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/resharper/viewSCR?publicId=2109

Unfortunately it seems that we cannot fix it to the release.

"Guido Stinnez" <no_mail@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Exactly!
It can i.e. make you think there is only that one usage, so you can change
the code easily.



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It can i.e. make you think there is only that one usage, so you can
change the code easily.


BTW the number of usages highlighted is shown in the statusbar. Also Ctrl-Alt-Up/Down allows you to navigate between them.

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Exactly!
It can i.e. make you think there is only that one usage, so you can
change the code easily.


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