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Karen Bespalov
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Resharper Keyboard Mappings 2021



I would first try resetting all Visual Studio settings (Tools > Import and Export Settings > Reset all settings), then go to the Resharper > Options > Keyboard & Menus and re-apply the keyboard shortcut scheme.




Resharper Keyboard Mappings


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I had the same problem and reset didn't fix it. Then the resharper support helped me.Solution was very simple!I'm from Russia and usually my default keyboard is Russian. In control panel language settings change keyboard - I changed default keyboard to English. Then reapply settings in VS: ResharperOptionsKeyboard&Menus - apply R# scheme. And the problem was fixed :)


I had a very difficult time getting this working one under VS2015 one day. After the initial install everything was working, but I come in this morning and my keyboard shortcuts don't work. Going through Resharper's Environment > Keyboard & Menus didn't work; reinstalling Resharper didn't work. Even deleting every configuration from Resharper's AppData folder didn't work.


Alternatively - make sure that Resharper is enabled. My visual studio didn't update my Resharper license information, so when opening the resharper menu (after trying to figure out why my shortcuts stopped working!), the was a menu item "Why is Resharper disabled?"Clicking on the menu item opens up a dialog, which then automatically resolved the license.The next question for Jetbrains is why do I have to open the dialog for the thing to automatically renew??


Just a comment on this issue. After I installed Visual Studio 2015 RTM all my resharper shortcuts were gone. (I had them working just fine with RC) A few of my colleagues were having the exact same issue with Visual Studio 2012.


I have faced same problem. I followed the approved answer. I have done but it was not working, because my keyboard format was different. It was in Bengali keyboard. But later I have changed my keyboard layout and tried in this way.


ReSharper 2.x/IntelliJ IDEA This scheme shares the majority of shortcuts with those used in IntelliJ IDEA and its derivative web development IDEs. It provides a common keyboard-centric experience among all JetBrains development environments.


You can use the default keyboard shortcuts for inline suggestions in your JetBrains IDE when using GitHub Copilot. Alternatively, you can rebind the shortcuts to your preferred keyboard shortcuts for each specific command. For more information on rebinding keyboard shortcuts in your JetBrains IDE, see the JetBrains documentation. For example, you can view the IntelliJ IDEA documentation.


You can use the default keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio when using GitHub Copilot. Alternatively, you can rebind the shortcuts in the Tools settings for Visual Studio using your preferred keyboard shortcuts for each specific command. You can search for each keyboard shortcut by its command name in the Keyboard Shortcuts editor.


If you don't want to use the default keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio when using GitHub Copilot, you can rebind the shortcuts in the Keyboard editor using your preferred keyboard shortcuts for each specific command.


You can use the default keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio Code when using GitHub Copilot. Alternatively, you can rebind the shortcuts in the Keyboard Shortcuts editor using your preferred keyboard shortcuts for each specific command. You can search for each keyboard shortcut by command name in the Keyboard Shortcuts editor.


If you don't want to use the default keyboard shortcuts in Visual Studio Code when using GitHub Copilot, you can rebind the shortcuts in the Keyboard Shortcuts editor using your preferred keyboard shortcuts for each specific command.


As previously mentioned I doubt integration with Resharper will ever happen, but I don't see any reason we can't have a shortcut key mapping that is the equivalent to resharper. For that reason I've opened a separate suggestion here: -linqpad-feature-suggestions/suggestions/11051385-resharper-keyboard-shortcuts please vote for it! :)


Does anyone know how to set a keyboard shortcut for ReSharper -> Unit Tests -> Run Unit Tests? For me it used to be Ctrl+U,R, but I lost it in a recent ReSharper update.


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I would consider myself to be at an intermediate level when it comes to keyboard usage in Visual Studio. I've learnt to do most basic things over the years. But when it comes to things like navigating around a project, my instinct is to reach for the mouse without a second thought.


It's been a few weeks since I actively starting using keyboard shortcuts over the mouse. I'm not going to list all the shortcuts that I use, but the new ones that have helped me keep my hands on the keyboard. I use a mixture of Visual Studio and Resharper shortcuts and have grouped them accordingly.


One thing this exercise has made me realise is how much I rely on the mouse. Switching to the keyboard was not easy at first. Every day tasks become challenging, but it is worth persevering with. Once you have identified a few common mouse operations and found the equivalent shortcut, using the keyboard feels more natural and easier in fact. When I have to use the mouse now it seems such an effort to move away from the keyboard. As I get more comfortable with the keyboard I hope to expand my repertoire of shortcuts. If you have any gems tweet me! @iambacon


For general productivity for .NET, C++, and other languages, see Productivity guide for Visual Studio. For information about helpful keyboard shortcuts, see Productivity shortcuts. For a complete list of command shortcuts, see Default keyboard shortcuts.


Visual Studio has a feature called Go To All that you can use to quickly jump to any file, type, member, or symbol declaration. To open it from the menu bar, select Edit > Go To > Go To All. Or, you can open it by using the Ctrl+T keyboard shortcut.


It could be a bit stressful in the beginning, sometimes you might have to even hide the mouse in a drawer to keep the discipline. But it gets better after each session, as you memorise new keyboard shortcuts and the mouse gradually becomes more and more obsolete, while productivity increases. Several tools can help finding a substitute for the mouse clicks. For example, Java developers have Key Promoter, .NET developers might take a look at Presentation Assistant etc.


It should not take you long to be able to use your favourite IDE in the full-screen mode, without any toolbars, focusing solely on coding. Moreover, if you are used to handling source control actions through visual dialogs, you might find out it's much faster to use command line tools (e.g. Git Bash instead of the GitHub extension). Switching back to the normal IDE view will become a very rare event, reserved for slower operations or tasks that are too complex to be handled by the keyboard.


Overall Visual Studio 2019 introduced a lot of default features to make us as developers more productive. Before VS 2019 Resharper from Jetbrains has always been part of my toolbelt as I like to use the keyboard when coding and less mouse. I'll unveil some of the additional features I've unlocked to make coding more effective. There is a lot of great keyboard features not enabled by default in Visual Studio 2019. 041b061a72


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