VS 2019 16.5 Preview 2 seems to break R# intellisense

Completed

I just installed the latest preview of VS 2019 16.5. When i press Ctrl-Space VS intellisense popup is shown instead of R# intellisense.It seems that VS has captured the shortcut. But even if i go to "Keyboard" and apply the"Visual Studio" scheme Ctrl-Space opens VS intellisense. Ctrl-Alt-Space and Shift-Alt-Space still works.

Best Regards

Andreas

3 comments
Comment actions Permalink

Hello Andreas,

 

thank you for the feedback.

Could you please specify cases when the problem is reproduced? Possibly some specific solution or file type?

Thank you.

0
Comment actions Permalink

Hello Angelina,

i could reproduce the issue on another machine with a newly created .NET Core Console Application solution. Further investigation showed me, that i have the same issue in Visual Studio 16.4.3 on this machine. Finally i found the reason for the behavior. It's the keyboard scheme. I'm using R# since the very beginning and always applied the Resharper Visual Studio keyboard scheme. This is reflected in the Visual Studio options.

Now i have to select the default keyboard scheme here to get the R# shortcuts.

Best Regards

Andreas

 

0
Comment actions Permalink

Hello Andreas,

 

To begin with, let me notice that ReSharper (Visual Studio) scheme is VS standard keyboard scheme, not ReSharper one - https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/csharp-developer-productivity?view=vs-2019.

Turns out it uses different from the default scheme command action for this shortcut that we are not expecting. I've filed correspondent bug report - https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/RSRP-477920.  Please feel free to comment or vote for it.

As a workaround please:

  • Open VS Tools | Options | Environment | Keyboard;
  • Select Edit.CompleteWord in the list of commands;
  • Select Text Editor as an applicable scope;
  • Press Assign.

Thank you.

0

Please sign in to leave a comment.