I have just noticed that Code Cleanup has disappeared. I code exclusively in C#.
I am using:
- Visual Studio Professional 2019 (16.3.6)
- Resharper 2019.2.3 built 2019-10-16
- I have the following Resharper extensions installed: JetBrains.ExternalAnnotations, StyleCop by JetBrains
Whenever I try to invoke the code cleanup chord Ctrl+E, Ctrl+C I see the following in the status bar: "The key combination (...) is bound to command (ReSharper_CleanupCode) which is not currently available", Similarly, 'Code Cleanup' is missing from the context menu. This is for all files and, specifically, for code file written by me (i.e. not delivered by NuGet, or marked as generated). I am using the same .DotSettings file that I have been using successfully for months and this includes custom clean up configurations.
I have tried changing the .DotSettings file to use an alternative key regime and then reverting to ReSharper. When I then hit the key chord Ctrl+E, Ctrl+E ReSharper warns of a conflict and lists several commands. I choose "Use ReSharper Ultimate command" and check the checkbox to do this for all and then click OK but nothing happens.
Why is this command no longer available? For me, it's one of ReSharper's most useful features and it's killing me!