Ctrl+W on Attributes

Hi there!
I totally love this shortcut, but it doesnt do what I would like it to on attributes. Namely, regard the attribute as the next bigger context. So I would like to go from
Xml to to ||
where | is the cursor resp. the borders of the selection.
Instead on the second step it goes straight to enclose the whole element (i.e. method )
This is especially annoying, if you have more than one attribute in front of an element.

Thanx, Guido

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Hi Guido,

Thank you for the report.
Will be fixed shortly.

I've created the feature requst
http://www.intellij.net/tracker/resharper/viewSCR?publicId=3522
You can monitor the status of it

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Hi there!
I totally love this shortcut, but it doesnt do what I would like it to on

attributes. Namely, regard the attribute as the next bigger context. So I
would like to go from

Xml to to ||
where | is the cursor resp. the borders of the selection.
Instead on the second step it goes straight to enclose the whole element

(i.e. method )

This is especially annoying, if you have more than one attribute in front

of an element.
>

Thanx, Guido



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