Keybind to change displayed function overload in tooltip? Follow
Here's an example with substring that shows 2 possible function overloads. How can I change which one is displayed via the keyboard? Using the up/down arrow keys just simply navigates the auto complete list shown directly below that tooltip. I tried CTRL-Up, CTRL-Shift-Up, didn't work. Can't seem to find anything in either ReSharper or VS. I should note that if I don't use ReSharper intellisense and instead just select the "Visual Studio" option, I have the same problem: I can't seem to navigate multiple function overloads via the keyboard with the tooltip up. So I'm not sure if this is a ReSharper issue or a VS 2022 issue. In case it helps, I've attached both my ReSharper and VS current settings. Upload id: 2022_04_13_8fesUf3QSFTSnz9r (file: VS2022 CurrentSettings.zip)
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Hello jeff weinstein, thank you for your question. Please try using "Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Space" shortcut or move the mouse over the up or down arrow, a shortcut will also be shown in the tooltip.
This doesn't seem to work for me. While the above tooltip is displayed, hovering the mouse over the up/down arrows doesn't show anything at all: no tooltip window or keybind is displayed. This happens if I use ReSharper or VS intellisense. Also, pressing ctrl-alt-shift-space doesn't change the function signature: it highlights the line and shows a tooltip saying "Use Up/Down/Left/Right to move statement"
Thanks for the reply. Please try to reapply R# keyboard scheme. Go to ReSharper | Options | Environment | Keyboard | Shortcut Scheme, choose "None" at Keyboard Scheme, click "Apply Scheme" and then "Save". Then open ReSharper | Options | Environment | Keyboard | Shortcut Scheme again, choose "Visual Studio"/"IntelliJ IDEA" at Keyboard Scheme, click "Apply Scheme" and then "Save".
Please let me know how it works for you.