Actually, this includes ReSharper shortcuts as well.
Visual Studio & ReSharper
- CTRL + SHFT + N: Go to a file (ReSharper IDEA shortcut)
- CTRL + -: Go to a previous cursor location. This is very handy when you copy and paste the same text to multiple rows, as it remember your cursor location before you paste the text
- CTRL + SHFT + Space: show the list of parameters in a method
- Alt + Insert: generate code, especially for generating equality members for your type
- SHFT + F9: Add the variable to the quick watch. Only available in debug mode
This is ReSharper’s comprehensive shortcuts. Yet there are a few things I favour.
- shft + f12: Go to previous error/warning/highlight. Handy, when you create a new type. You don’t have to press left arrow
- shft + alt + l: locate in Solution Explorer. find where your working file is.
It should be a simple thing, but dear!, I coundn’t find it. On Mac, you can use alt + 3. The combination is weird enough, but on windows 7, I couldn’t type it at all, … well until tonight.
Simply, it is right alt + 3. ##### hahaha.
To summarise all the key combinations
- #: right alt + 3
- Del: fn + <-
- Home: fn + left arrow
- End: fn + right arrow
- Begging of a page: fn + up arrow
- End of a page: fn + down arrow
Hope this post helps you out of your frustration with Windows 7 on Mac bootcamp.