Go to Symbol was one of the most powerful features of VAX, so I was pleased to see the same feature in ReSharper C++.
Unfortunately it doesn't work quite the same way, and doesn't allow for maximum navigation efficiency while developing (which is the whole purpose of the feature)
By default in ReSharper the keyboard shortcut takes you to a symbol's declaration. I would like it to take me to its implementation. I read this article: https://resharper-support.jetbrains.com/hc/en-us/articles/207242495-How-can-I-change-ReSharper-navigation-behavior-e-g-navigate-to-source-code-or-object-browser- , which states that navigation options can be changed at ReSharper | Options | Tools | External Sources. There is no External Sources option under Tools using latest version of ReSharper C++, so am I stuck with this default behavior?
- You should be able press TAB to select the currently highlighted symbol from the symbol list, just the same as Intellisense's auto-complete. Only the return key works at the moment, which feels unnatural to me and my colleagues. This sounds like a trivial thing but it really makes a difference when you are jumping between symbols/files regularly. Again, am I stuck using the return key for now?
Appreciate any answers. I am really enjoying ReSharper for the most part, but I feel VAX takes the cake for navigation at the moment, something I value highly, so I am hoping this can be addressed.